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Canada is slapping tariffs on $12.8 billion of US goods — here are the states that stand to lose the most
Canada is hitting the US with massive tariffs in response to President Donald Trump's decision to hit the country with steel and aluminum tariffs. Based on US export data, here are the states that could be the hardest hit by the tariffs.
French President Emmanuel Macron deflected questions about a reportedly awkward Thursday call with US President Donald Trump with a reference to Otto von Bismarck's quip about the making of sausages.
President Donald Trump's trade battles could hurt the US economy admitted Larry Kudlow, the president's top economic adviser. Most economists expect that the new tariffs will do more harm than good for the US economy.
President Donald Trump's tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum from the European Union, Canada, and Mexico will likely result in a net loss of US jobs according to trade experts and economists.
The Canadian government is slapping the US with massive tariffs — and they might be even bigger than expected
The Canadian government said they were going to place tariffs on 16.6 billion Canadian dollars worth of US goods, about $12.8 billion worth. But an analysis of Canadian trade data showed that the government listed imports worth over $15 billion instead, a major difference.
Trump’s tariffs are starting a trade war with Europe, Mexico, and Canada — here’s what tariffs are, and how they could affect you
President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada, the European Union, and Mexico will cause prices in the Us to rise on everything from cars to beer cans. Here's how the tariffs could hit businesses, the economy, and you.
Trudeau says Trump was on the brink of a big trade deal with Mexico and Canada but one confounding demand blew it up
The US, Canada, and Mexico were close to an agreement to overhaul NAFTA, according to Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau. But the US's demand for a five-year sunset clause sidetracked the talks.
The European Union, Canada, and Mexico are already preparing trade measures to strike back at the US after President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariff decision. The EU and Mexico are already pushing tariffs on US goods.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the new steel and aluminum tariffs would not affect the European Union and the United State's relationship. Ross also downplayed the economic and market changes that the tariffs are likely to cause.
President Donald Trump is moving forward with steel and aluminum tariffs on imports from the European Union, Canada, and Mexico. Exemptions for the three allies are set to expire at the end of Thursday, and negotiations to avoid the tariffs fell apart.