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U.S. proposes new tariffs on $4B of E.U. goods as trade dispute grows

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The United States moved to impose levies on more products than previously planned in an escalation of its fight with Europe over government aid for Boeing and Airbus, according to The New York Times.

The administration previously identified $21 billion worth of European imports and this week added dozens of products to the list, including cherries, whiskey and coiled copper. The U.S. is awaiting the World Trade Organization’s approval before imposing tariffs on the initial list of products, The Times reports, and the latest items are subject to a public hearing.

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