EU offer for no auto tariffs ‘Not Good Enough,’ Trump says

Washington, U.S. President Donald Trump rejected a European Union offer to scrap tariffs on cars, likening the bloc’s trade policies to those of China.

“It’s not good enough,” Trump said of the offer from Brussels during an Oval Office interview with Bloomberg News. “Their consumer habits are to buy their cars, not to buy our cars.”

Trump’s comments come just hours after Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom told European Parliament lawmakers that the EU would be “willing to bring down even our car tariffs to zero, all tariffs to zero, if the U.S. does the same.”

Autos were previously excluded from the discussions that focused on manufactured products bought and sold between the two markets.

Source: Jordan News Agency