SINGAPORE (July 9): US President Donald Trump will travel to Brussels on July 11 and 12 for a North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit. The members of NATO include six of the seven countries that comprise the G7. The last time he met with his European allies and Canada, Trump unleashed a Twitter storm and exacerbated a trade war. On July 1, the European Union indicated it may impose tariffs on US$300 billion ($410.4 billion) worth of US auto and auto parts, in retaliation to the US threat to levy a 25% tariff on EU imports.

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