Trump Administration to Raise Tariffs on EU Aircraft

Lincoln Wylie

The Trump administration reported Friday it would increase tariffs on aircraft coming from the European Union, as its dispute with the bloc more than subsidies for airplane manufacturers stays unresolved.

Starting March 18, airplanes from France, Germany, Spain and the U.K. will be issue to fifteen% tariffs, up from a 10% tariff that took result in Oct.


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