Euronews 12 Jan 2021

EU-US trade row: Additional US tax on French & German goods


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The EU regretted a new wave of US tariffs on French and German products that came into force on Tuesday and said it would seek a trade truce with the incoming Biden administration.
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In another blow to French wine producers, the United States has expanded the list of products it's hitting with tariffs to include all French and German wines -  except for champagne - as well as cognacs. It's part of a long-running dispute between the European Union and the US over subsidies to planemakers. We speak to French winemaker Bérénice Lurton, the owner of Chateau Climens in the Bordeaux region.

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