No Tariff Relief in Sight

European winemakers and American businesses continue to face the painful effects of tariffs

No Tariff Relief in Sight
“The tariffs are bad. But the worst thing about [them] is there was no ‘goods on the water’ exemption. That only hurts U.S. companies.”—Ben Aneff (EyeEm/Getty Images)
From the Mar 31, 2021, issue

A new president has taken office, but painful tariffs are not going away any time soon for many European winemakers and the American businesses that sell those wines. Who suffers while this trade war over subsidies to airplane manufacturers continues?

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