In this file photo taken on December 12, 2014 an employee cuts into an aluminium roll at the Constellium factory in the eastern French city of Biesheim. AFP / Patrick HERTZOG
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India and the European Union have given the World Trade Organization lists of the U.S. products that could incur high tariffs in retaliation for U.S. President Donald Trump's global tariffs on steel and aluminium, WTO filings showed on Friday.India said it was facing additional U.S. tariffs of $31 million on aluminium and $134 million on steel, and listed U.S. exports of soya oil, palmolein and cashew nuts among its potential targets for retaliatory tariffs.India said its tariffs would come into effect by June 21, unless and until the United States removed its tariffs.
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