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ARCHIVE - 14.07.2017, Hamburg: Remains of glowing steel strands are stored in a container on the site of a steelworks hall. Selling steel to the US will be more expensive for companies in Germany. Photo: Christian Charisius / dpa - ATTENTION: This photo has dpa already sent on video +++ (c) dpa - News for children +++
ARCHIVE - 14.07.2017, Hamburg: Remains o... […]

EU sets steel duties to shield industry against US tariff fallout

The European Union has said it will introduce retaliatory measures against US plans to impose steel and aluminum tariffs.
US President Donald Trump speaks to the media as Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May listens prior to a meeting at Chequers, the PM's country residence, near Ellesborough, northwest of London on July 13, 2018. Photo: Brendan Smialowski / AFP
US President Donald Trump speaks to the ... […]

Trump hails ties with UK despite Brexit criticism

US President Trump plays down his attack on Britain's Brexit plans, praising PM May's leadership and insisting ties between the two countries "have never been stronger".
13.07.2018, United Kingdom, Buckinghamshire: Donald Trump, President of the United States, stands next to Theresa May, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (l), on arrival at Checkers Country Estate, where they meet for a chat. Photo: Stefan Rousseau / PA Wire / dpa +++ dpa broadcast +++
13.07.2018, United Kingdom, Buckinghamsh... […]

Trump warns soft Brexit would mean no trade deal for Britain with US

President Trump praises Boris Johnson and says that May ignored his advice on Brexit negotiations in extraordinary interview.
ILLUSTRATION - A model figure stands in Stuttgart (Baden-Württemberg) on a mirror reflecting an American flag and an European Union flag . Photo: Wolfram Kastl/dpa/archive
ILLUSTRATION - A model figure stands in ... […]

EU: US tariffs on European car imports could cost the US 14bn dollars

EU vehicle imports to the US are stable and "do not threaten or impair the health of the US industry and economy," the letter says, adding that the US automobile industry is "healthy."