US-EU trade dispute: US slaps tariffs on wine and cognac

In 2019, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) said the US was justified to retaliate against the EU on $7.5bn (£5.4bn) worth of goods for support granted to Airbus, prompting the US to place tariffs on items such as certain whiskeys, wines and cheese.

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