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Italy counts cost of potential US countermeasures in WTO dispute

Analysis carried out by farmers’ group Coldiretti finds that cheeses and meats could face countermeasures because of dispute over aircraft subsidies.

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More than half of Italian-made food products exported to the United States could be affected by tariff countermeasures proposed by the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR), according to the findings of a new analysis by Italy’s farmers’ group Coldiretti.


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