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文章标题: "美国海关:准备贸易大战, 随时强征关税" 铁锤落地!美君创谱正式签署关税命令 打响第一枪(图) (464 reads)      时间: 2018-3-09 周五, 上午11:30

作者:邢国鑫民间智库 发贴, 来自 http://www.hjclub.info

铁锤落地!美君创谱正式签署关税命令 打响第一枪(图)




• President Trump signed an order imposing stiff and sweeping new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum at the White House on Thursday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times


【环球网综合报道】法新社9日报道,美国总统特朗普宣布将对进口钢材和铝材分别征收25%及10%的关税,该措施15日内生效。加拿大,墨西哥获得豁免,而美国其他的安全及贸易伙则可通过谈判避免征收。 

对于此前美国宣布准备对进口钢铝征税的消息,各方进行了回应: 

日本共同社8日晚间报道称,欧洲理事会主席图斯克7日在卢森堡召开记者会时对于特朗普称“能够轻松赢得”贸易战谴责称,“事实上正相反,将轻松败下阵来”。相当于贸易部长的欧盟贸易委员马尔姆斯特伦在记者会上对特朗普就限制进口的理由列举安全保障上的威胁“深表质疑”,指出其真实意图是保护国内产业。马尔姆斯特伦不满地表示:“欧盟各国是北大西洋公约组织(NATO)同盟国,对美国而言并非威胁。”

马尔姆斯特伦还就诉诸WTO称:“可能的话想与其他国家共同进行。”她还表示,为防止美国的措施导致钢铁等流入欧洲的数量激增,也考虑限制进口。

王毅回应“中美贸易战”:必将作出必要和正当反应

3月8日,外交部长王毅在十三届全国人大一次会议的记者会上被问及了中美贸易摩擦问题。

王毅称,大家关心中美的贸易摩擦。我想告诉大家的是,历史的经验教训证明,打贸易战从来都不是解决问题的正确途径。尤其在全球化的今天,选择贸易战更是抓错了药方,结果只会损人害己,中方必将做出正当和必要的反应。作为两个利益高度融合的大国,作为世界第一和第二大经济体,中美既要对两国人民负责,也要对世界各国负责。我们还是希望双方心平气和地坐下来,通过平等和建设性对话,共同找出一个互利双赢的解决办法。

Trump tariffs: US President imposes levy on steel and aluminium
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-43337951

President Trump has signed controversial orders imposing heavy tariffs on steel and aluminium - but some countries will be spared.

Mr Trump has said the US is suffering from "unfair trade" and that the move would boost US industry.

But countries have expressed outrage at his plans, and experts have warned of new trade wars.

The tariffs will go into effect in 15 days and include exemptions for Canada and Mexico.

Tariffs of 25% are to be placed on steel and 10% on aluminium imported into the US.

 What links Trump, Lincoln and Ferris Bueller?
 Why Trump is hanging tough on trade
 Five reasons Why trade wars aren't easy to win

The tariffs are opposed by many in the president's own party and by the US's major trading partners.

Republican Senator Jeff Flake - a prominent critic of Mr Trump who opposes the move - said he was drafting legislation to nullify the tariffs, saying trade wars are only ever lost.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he disagreed with the action and feared its unintended consequences.

What has the international reaction been?

 EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem tweeted that, as a close ally of the US, the bloc should be excluded from the tariffs

 French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said there were "only losers" in a trade war and that France regretted the US announcement

 The British government said it would work with EU partners to consider "the scope for exemptions" while "robustly" supporting UK industries
President Trump has signed controversial orders imposing heavy tariffs on steel and aluminium - but some countries will be spared.

Mr Trump has said the US is suffering from "unfair trade" and that the move would boost US industry.

But countries have expressed outrage at his plans, and experts have warned of new trade wars.

The tariffs will go into effect in 15 days and include exemptions for Canada and Mexico.

Tariffs of 25% are to be placed on steel and 10% on aluminium imported into the US.

 What links Trump, Lincoln and Ferris Bueller?
 Why Trump is hanging tough on trade
 Five reasons Why trade wars aren't easy to win

The tariffs are opposed by many in the president's own party and by the US's major trading partners.

Republican Senator Jeff Flake - a prominent critic of Mr Trump who opposes the move - said he was drafting legislation to nullify the tariffs, saying trade wars are only ever lost.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he disagreed with the action and feared its unintended consequences.

What has the international reaction been?

 EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstroem tweeted that, as a close ally of the US, the bloc should be excluded from the tariffs

 French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said there were "only losers" in a trade war and that France regretted the US announcement

 The British government said it would work with EU partners to consider "the scope for exemptions" while "robustly" supporting UK industries
Trump Authorizes Tariffs, Defying Allies at Home and Abroad



• President Trump signed an order imposing stiff and sweeping new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum at the White House on Thursday. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times
By PETER BAKER and ANA SWANSONMARCH 8, 2018
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/08/us/politics/trump-tariff-announcement.html


WASHINGTON — President Trump defied opposition from his own party and protests from overseas as he signed orders on Thursday imposing stiff and sweeping new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. But he sought to soften the impact on the United States’ closest allies with a more flexible plan than originally envisioned.
After a week of furious lobbying and a burst of last-minute internal debates and confusion, Mr. Trump agreed to exempt, for now, Canada and Mexico, and held out the possibility of later excluding allies like Australia. But foreign leaders warned of a trade war that could escalate to other industries and take aim at American goods.
“The actions we are taking today are not a matter of choice; they are a matter of necessity for our security,” Mr. Trump said in a ceremony at the White House where he officially authorized the tariffs, which will go into effect in 15 days.
Flanked by a handful of steel and aluminum workers, some wearing coveralls and holding hard hats, Mr. Trump presented the move as a way to rebuild vital industries decimated by foreign competition. “Our factories were left to rot and to rust all over the place; thriving communities turned into ghost towns,” he said. “That betrayal is now over.”
The orders were Mr. Trump’s most expansive use of federal power to rewrite the rules of global trade since he took office and upended the prevailing consensus on free markets that has largely governed Washington under administrations of both parties for decades. A longtime critic of globalization, Mr. Trump argued that the United States had been ravaged by unfair trading partners.

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