Citing EU sources familiar with the matter, Reuters reported that the European Union member countries on Thursday unanimously backed a plan to impose import duties on $3.3 billion worth of U.S. products as a countermeasure to the United States' tariffs on steel and aluminum products.
The European Commission still needs to approve the measures and the next scheduled meeting will be taking place on June 20.
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