"If tomorrow there is an increase in tariffs, like in the car industry, our reaction should be united and strong to show that Europe is a united and sovereign power."
Canada will begin to impose tariffs on U.S. products on July 1.
President Donald Trump accused Harley-Davidson of surrendering in his trade war.
Farmers are going to feel it the most.
Russia is siding with China in a trade dispute that's also testing Washington's ties with traditional allies such as the EU, Canada and Mexico.
Lots of supposedly smart people laughed when Trump suggested the days of 3 or even 4 percent annualized growth might be just around the corner.
Raja Krishnamoorthi said Justin Trudeau's remarks about Donald Trump are not helpful to the long-term relationship between the U.S. and Canada.
There will be plenty for world leaders to tell Donald Trump at the upcoming G7 summit in Canada.
The Apple CEO responded to fears that taxes imposed on China could have a knock-on effect on U.S. tech companies.
Steel and aluminum tariffs to hit Europe, Canada and Mexico hard as senators tell Trump: "You don't treat allies the same way you treat opponents."
China's defense and foreign ministers visited Moscow this week as Trump's relationship with Beijing and Moscow deteriorates.
The move will triple the $50 billion worth of tariffs Trump announced last week.
"It's time somebody stood up to them and Donald Trump is the perfect guy," Bannon said of China and the trade war.
China says it will continue to "take countermeasures" against the U.S. as it braces for more trade action—this time over intellectual property.
Apple, Adidas and Victoria's Secret among the brands at risk.
As Trump moves forward with powerful foreign policy announcements, he does so without input from ambassadors in critical regions.
"An eye for an eye will leave us all blind and the world in deep recession," Roberto Azevêdo said Monday.
"I just bought this can today at a 7-Eleven, and it's priced at $1.99," he said while holding the can of soup. So if the price goes up a bit, "who in the world is going to be too bothered?"