EU, U.S. To End Trade Tariffs, Call For New Study Into COVID-19 Origins
The leaders of the European Union and the United States are set to commit to lifting steel tariffs before Dec. 1 2021 and avoid any further transatlantic trade disputes, according to a draft statement prepared for a June 15 summit in Brussels. The draft, also commits to ending a long-running spat over subsidies to aircraft makers before July 11. Both sides will agree to cooperate on facing China’s economic, political and military rise policy and also call for a new study into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic, first detected in China.
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