Washington  — European Union (EU) member states should brace for US tariffs on several fronts in the coming months, a senior German official said late on Tuesday, following meetings with US officials and legislators in Washington.

Peter Beyer, Germany's coordinator of transatlantic cooperation, said there was continued US interest in dialogue with Europe, but the Trump administration appeared poised to impose tariffs over disputes about aircraft subsidies, the Nordstream 2 gas pipeline and European car imports.

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