India, South Africa, and Kenya want to try. The U.S., EU and U.K. aren't interested.
The World Trade Organization says things could have been far worse.
The Trump administration is denouncing the fact that the tax levels vary greatly between members of the global trade body.
2019 was the year the United States began tearing down the rules-based system for international trade in earnest.
It's thanks to something known as "most-favored-nation" status under international trade agreements.
The WTO’s ability to settle disputes could be damaged for some time.
The US argues that Europe illegally subsidizes Airbus, and the WTO is backing its new tariffs. But Europe launched a similar complaint against Boeing.
The organization has given the U.S. permission to impose tariffs on up to $7.5 billion worth of EU exports per year.