Trump to 20 percent tax on EU automobiles

US President Trump said that if the EU does not lift tariffs and trade barriers for its country, it will bring 20 percent additional customs tax on cars imported from Europe.



US President Donald Trump announced that if the European Union (EU) does not lift tariffs and trade barriers for its country, it will bring 20 percent additional customs tax on cars imported from Europe.

In a statement made via Twitter, Trump threatened that the EU would apply 20 percent additional customs duties on all imported vehicles from Europe.

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"We will bring tariffs and trade barriers that have long been applied by the EU to the United States, its major companies, and its employees, and if it is not soon dismantled, we will bring 20 percent customs tax on all cars coming to the US," he said. . " used expressions.

Trump's share is that of the EU, which includes corn, kidney beans, rice, cornflakes, peanut butter, blueberries, orange juice, whiskey, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco, lipstick, jeans, linen, shoes, washbasins, ladders, followed by the introduction of hundreds of American customs such as motorcycles, yachts, boats, tubes and steel, with 25 percent additional customs duty.

The EU has spent its fate in response to the customary tariffs brought by the Washington administration to steel and aluminum.

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