A number of traditional trade partners to the US are now meeting in Geneva to coordinate how they will respond to what is expected to be one of President Donald Trump's next moves in the tariff war.
A move which many have described as the most drastic step in an escalating trade war, if it is carried out – a tariff on the import of cars and spare parts.
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