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Trump suggests tariffs to solve US-EU trade issues

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Trump suggests tariffs to solve US-EU trade issues

Trump suggests tariffs to solve US-EU trade issues

President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that charging additional tariffs on European imports could instantly resolve trade issues between the United States and European Union but he was not ready to add levies at this point.

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