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The Trump administration is weighing tariffs on around $3.1 billion of imports from the UK, Spain, Germany and France.
Products that are being considered include cheese, planes, beer and gin, a notice published Tuesday night said.
The move is the latest in the trade scrap between the EU and US, which began over subsidies given to major aviation companies in both nations.
The WTO last year gave the US the green light to slap tariffs worth $7.5 billion on the EU, mainly...
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