French wine, Scottish whisky among main targets of US tariffs

Announcement to impose tariffs on EU goods comes after World Trade Organization ruled airline maker Airbus receiving illegal subsidies.

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    The United States has imposed $7.5bn in tariffs on European goods.

    French wine and Scottish whisky are among the high-profile targets.

    The announcement comes after the World Trade Organization ruled that airline maker Airbus was receiving illegal subsidies, hurting its American rival Boeing.

    Al Jazeera’s Rosiland Jordan reports on the confusion and uncertainty small business owners say the situation has created for them.


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