UK to drop US goods tariffs in bid for trade deal

The UK will drop tariffs against the US over subsidies for aerospace firms, in a bid to reach a post-Brexit trade deal with Washington.

In November, the EU hit $4bn of US goods with tariffs of up to 25% in retaliation for illegal state aid given to planemaker Boeing.

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