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Trump presses for USMCA passage as Lighthizer, lawmakers prepare to meet

5:18am IST

WASHINGTON President Donald Trump and his top advisers on Monday stepped up their drive to win congressional passage of a trade deal with Canada and Mexico, as the administration's top trade official prepared to meet with Democratic lawmakers again this week.

German minister pushing to resolve trade disputes with U.S.

12 Jul 2019

WASHINGTON German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier on Thursday said he sees a 50-50 chance of averting U.S. auto tariffs, and that it will likely take weeks or months to resolve at least some of the thorny trade disputes clouding U.S.-European relations.

Europe should brace for U.S. tariffs on several fronts - German official

11 Jul 2019

WASHINGTON European Union member states should brace for U.S. tariffs on several fronts in the months ahead, a senior German official warned late on Tuesday, just hours before Washington launched a probe of a planned French digital tax that could trigger future tariffs.

Europe should brace for U.S. tariffs on several fronts - German official

10 Jul 2019

WASHINGTON, July 10 European Union member states should brace for U.S. tariffs on several fronts in the coming months, a senior German official said late on Tuesday, following meetings with U.S. officials and lawmakers in Washington.

White House official optimistic on U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal

10 Jul 2019

WASHINGTON White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on Tuesday said he was optimistic that U.S. House of Representatives leader Nancy Pelosi would allow a vote on a new North American trade agreement this summer or early fall.

German diplomat tells U.S., EU: don't use agriculture to block trade deal

08 Jul 2019

WASHINGTON The United States and European Union should use common sense to move forward with formal negotiations about a trade agreement, instead of allowing disagreements over agriculture to block progress, a senior German diplomat told Reuters.

EU open to talks with U.S. in aircraft subsidies dispute

03 Jul 2019

BRUSSELS/WASHINGTON The European Union said on Tuesday it was open to talks with Washington in a dispute over aircraft subsidies after the United States threatened an additional $4 bln in tariffs on EU goods including olives, Italian cheese and Scotch whisky.

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