The White House: The Biden administration is reviewing the EU trade tariff policy

According to a Reuters report, on February 5 local time, the White House stated that the United States is reviewing its trade tariff policy against the European Union. Earlier, the European Union’s ambassador to the United States called on the Biden administration to immediately abolish the import tariffs imposed on steel and aluminum and work hard to resolve the long-term dispute over aircraft subsidies.

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   According to reports, on January 27, the European Union’s ambassador to the United States called on the Biden administration to immediately abolish the import tariffs imposed on steel and aluminum and work hard to resolve the long-term dispute over aircraft subsidies.

   On February 5, White House spokesperson Psaki said at a press conference: “I know people are very interested in trade tariffs, and they are now under review.”

   According to previous reports, in 2018, the United States imposed tariffs on EU steel and aluminum products. In retaliation, the EU imposed tariffs on some American products.

   On the other hand, there is still an aviation subsidy dispute between the United States and Europe. On January 11, 2021, the United States Customs and Border Protection announced that the United States will begin to impose tariffs on aircraft parts, wine and other commodities produced in France and Germany from the 12th.

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