The EU-US agreement saves 1/2 billion of made in Italy agri-food export products
Published Jun 16, 2021
This is what Coldiretti says in reference to the announcement by the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen on the agreement with US President Joe Biden for the end of the dispute relating to the Airbus-Boeing disputes for the next five years. The agreement between the US and the EU comes - underlines Coldiretti - just over three months after the temporary suspension of the additional 25% tariff on a long list of products imported from Italy and the European Union which entered into force on October 18, 2019 on the initiative of Donald Trump. A measure which was subsequently followed by an escalation that led to the entry into force on 10 November 2019 of additional EU tariffs on US products equal to 15% for airplanes that reached 25% on ketchup, cheddar cheese, peanuts, cotton and potatoes along with tractors, consoles and video games to which the United States has replicated by hitting the import of aircraft production parts from France and Germany, French and ...