The products would be hit if the WTO rules that the USA steel and aluminum tariffs are illegal.
Trudeau said that in NAFTA talks, Canada, the United States and Mexico had come so close to a deal he had offered to meet Trump in Washington. Trump announced last month that he was pulling the United States out of an worldwide nuclear agreement with Tehran.
Earlier yesterday, the US president also took aim at the United States' northern neighbor on Twitter.
Trump had originally imposed the tariffs in March, saying a reliance on imported metals threatened national security.
"This is stupid. It's counterproductive", former British trade minister Francis Maude told BBC.
The announcement follows through with a promise President Donald Trump frequently made out on the campaign trail that he would retaliate against countries he viewed as having unfair trade relationships with the United States.
'And other countries understand, you know, when I talk to them they look at me - and this is in closed doors, not for you people, and they essentially say, 'We can't believe we've gotten away with this for so long.' It's like you guys can't believe you've gotten away with it for so long, ' the president said.
"I think the Prime Minister needs to park his ego and get a deal done", says Zekelman, referring to negotiations for a North American Free Trade Agreement. "We would have preferred not to take that kind of decision". "When you're nearly 800 Billion Dollars a year down on Trade, you can't lose a Trade War!"
But with no more talks scheduled, the path to a new trade deal with the US and Mexico now appears to be a drawn-out process, officials concede.Читайте также: Russell Wilson and Ciara want to bring Major League Baseball to Portland
The summit was supposed to be an opportunity to tout successes of the global economy, but trade disputes cast a dark shadow over the gathering.
Mnuchin faced an earful of complaints at the meeting as G7 officials vocalized frustration over the U.S. action, which was seen as alienating historical trading partners.
He said he used a private, bilateral meeting Thursday in Whistler to personally deliver that message to Mr Mnuchin.
"We will be divided - it will not a G-7, it will be a G-6 plus one", French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said in a Bloomberg Television interview. "It is unsafe for growth, risky for the economic development of the world, and risky for our jobs in the European Union".
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz condemned Washington's move, saying: "This one-sided decision is wrong and in my view against worldwide law".
Using US Census Bureau data on exports and the list of goods subject to the tariffs, Business Insider determined exactly which states will get hit hardest by the Canadian crackdown. "I felt sorry for him, but I guess it's not the sort of issue I should sympathize with".
On Saturday, Mnuchin told a news conference in Whistler that despite the differences in the room over trade, there were many areas the group was "completely united on".
Mr Le Maire said US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was not surprised when confronted about the tariffs inside the talks.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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