WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The United States has threatened to impose "killer duties" on the import of nearly $800 million worth of European products, close to a quarter of which could include many perishable items, unless the European Union makes tariff trade concessions by year's end. The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said that 100% import duties would be levied on a wide variety of imported goods to compensate the United States for higher tariffs its exporters now must pay to ship ...

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