The United States adjusts the list of goods subject to tariff imposed on the European Union

Washington, August 12 the office of the U.S. trade representative announced on August 12 that the U.S. will adjust the list of $7.5 billion EU exports to the U.S. from which tariffs were previously imposed, eliminating some goods from Greece and the United Kingdom and replacing them with French and German goods of the same trade value. < / P > < p > according to the ruling and formal authorization of the WTO on the Airbus subsidy case, the United States officially imposed tariffs on the EU products exported to the United States with us $7.5 billion on October 18 last year. Among them, 10% tariff will be imposed on EU large civil aircraft, and 25% tariff will be imposed on EU agricultural products and other products. On February 14 this year, the office of the U.S. trade representative announced that the U.S. side’s tariff on large civil aircraft imported from the European Union will be increased from 10% to 15%. European Airbus said in a statement that although Europe has taken action to fully comply with the WTO ruling, the U.S. trade representative has decided to maintain tariffs on Airbus aircraft at a time when aviation and other industries are experiencing an unprecedented crisis. Airbus deeply regrets this.