On January 27, 2021, Stavros Lambrinidis, the European Union’s ambassador to the United States, urged the Biden administration to lift Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum and work to find a resolution to the U.S.-EU aircraft subsidy dispute. The statement is the most recent in a chorus of comments calling for increased transatlantic cooperation.
For more information on the U.S.-EU aircraft subsidy dispute and related tariffs please contact John Brew, Frances P. Hadfield, Spencer Toubia, Edward Goetz & Clayton Kaier or refer to our previous posts below:
Large Civil Aircraft Dispute 2021 Update: Section 301 Tariffs on New EU Goods | International Trade Law (cmtradelaw.com)
US Allows Tariffs On $7.5B Of EU Goods | International Trade Law (cmtradelaw.com)
USTR Adds Supplemental List of $4B Worth of Products to EU Airbus Dispute | International Trade Law (cmtradelaw.com)
EU Retaliatory Tariffs: Preliminary List Proposed in Continuing Dispute with U.S. over Boeing/Airbus Subsidies. | International Trade Law (cmtradelaw.com)
Trump Administration Readies $11 Billion in Tariffs against EU and Schedules Section 301 Hearing in WTO Airbus Case | International Trade Law (cmtradelaw.com)