The U.S. is weighing new tariffs on 3.1 billion U.S. dollars of goods exported by France, Germany, Spain and the UK in another step that’s likely to exacerbate trans-Atlantic tensions. The move is related to the EU continuing to push for a global digital tax on technology companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon, despite the U.S. pulling out of the negotiations last week. So why have both sides ignited more uncertainties on top of the COVID-19 crisis?
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