The European Union said on Monday that it would act in a "quick and adequate" way if President Trump Donald John TrumpMikKey says he was released because he "opened the case against" Trump McCabe: Trump said : "I do not care, I think Putin faces American interests about North Korea, McCabe: Trump talked with me about his election victory during a" bizarre "interview. The EU spokeswoman Margaritas Shysas warned that if the US government will continue "actions that harm the European export, the European Commission will respond quickly and adequately, "reports the Associated Press .
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The Ministry of Trade did not declare what conclusions were made or the nature of any recommendations. The agency initiated an investigation last May in accordance with the section on trade law, which the administration previously used to set tariffs for steel and aluminum.
Most car makers, foreign and domestic, opposed the idea of a fare and lobbied against this movement. -produced vehicles. Such steep fares could lead to a reduction in the export of German cars to the US by almost 50%, according to the Itho Institute.
This move may also have a significant impact on the sale of US automakers in foreign markets. The EU said it had prepared tariffs of nearly $ 23 billion in the United States if Trump would pay fees.
Speaking to senior security officials on weekends, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Trump's suggestion that car makers in Germany could be a threat to safety as a "shock".