Canadian PM Justin Trudeau calls Donald Trump's security reasoning for tariffs 'laughable'
Thursday, 7 June 2018 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday called Donald Trump's national security justification for new metal tariffs on US allies "laughable," as he and French President Emmanuel Macron formed a united front on trade ahead of the G7 summit.
Ahead of meeting with G7 leaders at a summit in Quebec, Justin Trudeau is playing down a remark Donald Trump reportedly made in a phone call with the prime minister, blaming Canada for burning down the White House over 200 years ago.
China’s Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday it would be forced to take “synchronised counter measures” against the latest tariffs announced by US... S.China Morning Post - Asia-PacificAlso reported by •Bangkok Post
Well well well, looks like Tim Cook's glad-handing has paid off.
The Trump administration has now imposed a 10 percent import tariff on a total of more than... Mashable - InternetAlso reported by •Proactive Investors •BGR India •Bangkok Post •Sify
President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. A variety of goods will face a 10 percent duty until the start of 2019 when they will be 25 percent. According to Business..
According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, the EU's trade chief said that new US tariffs on Chinese imports represents an unfortunate escalation of global trade tensions and are the wrong approach..