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U.S.-Europe Trade Spat Risks Flare-Up Over Cars, Digital Tax

  • Commerce Secretary Ross says U.S. not ditching car tariffs
  • Officials decline to say if U.S. wants digital tax optionality
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WATCH: European Commissioner for Economy Paolo Gentiloni discusses the need for a global agreement on digital taxation.(Source: Bloomberg)
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The U.S. and Europe looked set for a renewed clash over everything from car tariffs to digital taxes in a sign that a new American focus was emerging following President Donald Trump’s trade truce with China.