Partners in the trans-Atlantic boat business are becoming increasingly hopeful that a renewed era of cooperation between the US and Europe will lead to an easing of trade tensions and tarrifs – particularly those imposed on the import of American-built boats into the EU. But second-stage tariff increases loom if ...
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