US president's move takes Europe closer to a possible trade war
US extends negotiations on steel and aluminium tariffs for EU, Canada and Mexico
US President Donald Trump is stepping up the war of words on trade, this time threatening to take on the European Union.
EU leaders demand permanent exclusion from US metal import duties, after Washington gave bloc a temporary reprieve
Europe among the countries likely to suffer most from new U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.
Brussels is facing mounting pressure from the European steel industry to protect its interests
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Beijing warns Washington of a "necessary reponse" as tensions over tariffs mount.
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The EU has threatened to retaliate if President Trump imposes hefty import tariffs on steel and aluminium.
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The European Union has set provisional import duties on two types of steel coming from China to counter what it says are unfairly low prices.
South Wales, like many traditional European centres of heavy industry, has suffered in the last 30 years as plants have closed and jobs have been lost. In some cases EU development funds have stopped
US regulators have launched an investigation into complaints about Chinese steel manufacturers that include research data being stolen through computer hacking.
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Monday was deadline day for potential buyers for Tata Steel UK including the Port Talbot works in south Wales.