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WTO Tax Decision Could Lead To EU Sanctions Against Cosmetic Exports

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The European Union could be allowed to issue 100% duties on up to $4 bil. worth of U.S. exports, including cosmetics, if a World Trade Organization dispute between the two governments is not settled.

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