The US-EU economic crisis continues to escalate after the United States imposed additional duties on a number of European goods exported to the United States, and the European response.
Similarly, US President Donald Trump threatened to impose a new tariff on cars coming from countries European Union this time.
The US president posted on his Twitter account: «Based on customs duties and long-standing trade barriers to big companies and workers by the EU, if the EU does not remove these tariffs and barriers, we will apply a 20 percent tariff on all their upcoming cars To America».
Earlier, Washington announced that it would not extend the temporary exemption granted to the EU and imposed a 25 percent tariff on steel imports and 10 percent on aluminum imports from the European Union, Canada and Mexico.
The European Union has pledged to impose a heavy toll on dozens of US products, including a range of consumer products, including tobacco, jeans and motorcycles, which are on the rise.