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‘Nobody Will Divide’ The EU Bloc: Le Maire of France


07/16/2018


EU Bloc seems to be determined to stand by each other on U.S. tariff threats.



Last week, Finance Minister of France, Bruno Le Maire said that the countries of EU bloc continue their strong union when it comes to trade. And the unity will stand, without any fissure, against the threats of the U.S. on further tariffs on import.
 
The Finance Minister of France was approached on the subject of looming U.S. President’s threat of extending “import tariffs” on an increased scale which could cover steel, aluminium to “EU cars”. According to Le Maire they countries on the EU bloc have made up their minds to “maintain a united stance”.
 
In Le Maire’s words:
“Nobody will divide France and Germany never, never, never, and nobody will divide the EU member states. Everybody is aware that the unity of the European countries is the right response to the raise of tariffs”.
 
References:
reuters.com







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