“Tariff” in the news
Idioms and phrases →
Publications and example sentences
· Nord Stream 2 Could Sever Transatlantic Ties →
Considering this an instance of illegal American extraterritoriality, the German government now plans to make the EU retaliate against the U.S. Trump, in the heat of America’s “silly season” leading up to November, could then strike back with new tariffs on German cars or a full-blown trade war.
· Liz Truss is suddenly worried about a Brexit deal – but for the wrong reason →
The thing Truss is most worried about is the readiness of the dual tariff regime; designed to allow Northern Ireland to stay behind the EU external customs border but remain part of the UK customs territory and benefit from new trade deals that may be negotiated.
· Germany crisis: Brexit no deal collapse would be 'DISASTER' for Merkel →
It calls for no new tariffs and a level playing field.
· Boris Johnson renews 'no Brexit fudge' promise to Brexiteers as Barnier issues slap down →
Mr Maguire reported Mr Baker had expressed his concerns in the private chat after the Prime Minister bypassed a question on whether the UK could be prevented from imposing new tariffs once out of the single market and customs union in January.
· EU watchdog to probe trade pact with South American nations →
The signatories praised it as a pact that would integrate a market of some 800 million people, remove most tariffs on EU exports, ease border checks, cut red tape, and strengthen political and cultural ties.
· PM Narendra Modi to dedicate Asia's largest solar power project to the nation today; see top 10 facts →
In comparison to the tariffs of prevailing solar project in early 2017 of around Rs 4.50 per unit, the Solar project in Rewa achieved the first year tariff of Rs 2.97 per unit.
· US to announce, but defer, retaliation over French digital tax - USTR →
One industry source said USTR could announce an action on Friday reserving the right to impose tariffs on around US$500 million worth of French goods that were included in a larger list published in December, while deferring implementation.
· Joe Biden pledges New Deal-like economic agenda to counter Donald Trump →
They cast Trump’s imposition of tariffs and uneven trade negotiations as a slapdash isolationism compromised further by tax policies that enrich multinational corporations.
· Lighthizer: US to announce, but defer, retaliation over French digital tax →
One industry source said USTR could announce an action today reserving the right to impose tariffs on around US$500 million worth of French goods that were included in a larger list published in December, while deferring implementation.
· Mexican president’s US visit cordial, lacking in substance →
A year ago, Trump threatened crippling tariffs on Mexican imports unless Mexico did more to slow the flow of migrants over the border.