US tax on steel and aluminum to allies is denounced Trump: Fair Trade

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 US tax on steel and aluminum to allies is denounced Trump: Fair Trade


The president of the United States, Trump himself, was also suspected of responding to the opposition of these countries on the personal social platform of the United States on May 31st local time. He wrote only two words, fair trade! (FairTtrade!)

Earlier, Trump announced that it would levy 25% and 10% tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the European Union, Canada and Mexico in June 1st. The move immediately triggered a strong response from these countries.

According to the information released by the European Unions official website in May 31st, the EU will respond to the WTO rules and take all necessary measures to avoid the impact of the European market on US trade restrictions.

Germany, Britain, France and other major European countries also expressed strong opposition. According to the Agence France-Presse reported in May 31st, after the United States announced a steel and aluminum tariff on the EU, the president of France, Mucklow, had a tough response, saying the decision made by the United States was illegal and a mistake. Mr Ma also said the US decision has closed the possibility of active discussion of other themes, which would lead to global economic imbalances, to split and create economic nationalism in economic and trade, which is a bad way to do so because nationalism will lead to war.

Liam Fox, the British international trade minister, also pointed out that the United States, on the ground of national security, has chosen to levy steel and aluminum taxes on EU countries and allies, a disappointing move. As an exporter of iron and steel, Britain believes this move is ridiculous.

According to China News Service reported on June 1st, the German federal government spokesman Sebet also issued a statement that Germany refused to accept the United States imposed steel and aluminum tariffs. Sebet said that the German side believes that this unilateral act is against the law and the domestic security reasons quoted by it are not enough to support this behavior. He warned that the US sides actions have greatly exacerbated the risk of deterioration of the situation, which may ultimately lead to damage to the interests of all parties. In addition, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau issued a total of 5 micro-blog battle at 6:41 Beijing time. Canada will impose tariffs on the imports of steel, aluminum and other products from the United States - the US will impose one yuan on Canada, and we will levy a $1 Tax on the United States. The Ministry of economy of Mexico also issued a communique in May 31st that the decision to impose high tariffs on steel and aluminum products in the EU, Canada and Mexico was deeply regrettable and objected to the announcement of reciprocity on some of the products from the United States. The source of this article: surging news editor: Zhang Haitong _NN9053

According to China News Service reported on June 1st, the German federal government spokesman Sebet also issued a statement that Germany refused to accept the United States imposed steel and aluminum tariffs. Sebet said that the German side believes that this unilateral act is against the law and the domestic security reasons quoted by it are not enough to support this behavior. He warned that the US sides actions have greatly exacerbated the risk of deterioration of the situation, which may ultimately lead to damage to the interests of all parties.

In addition, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau issued a total of 5 micro-blog battle at 6:41 Beijing time. Canada will impose tariffs on the imports of steel, aluminum and other products from the United States - the US will impose one yuan on Canada, and we will levy a $1 Tax on the United States.

The Ministry of economy of Mexico also issued a communique in May 31st that the decision to impose high tariffs on steel and aluminum products in the EU, Canada and Mexico was deeply regrettable and objected to the announcement of reciprocity on some of the products from the United States.