Johnson, in phone call, urges Trump to lift tariffs on scotch whisky

(Reuters) - Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in a phone call, urged U.S. President Donald Trump to lift tariffs on goods including scotch whisky, a Downing Street spokesperson said in a statement on Tuesday. The Prime Minister also urged Trump not to impose tariffs on car exports, the statement added

Reuters November 06, 2019 05:10:52 IST
Johnson, in phone call, urges Trump to lift tariffs on scotch whisky

Johnson in phone call urges Trump to lift tariffs on scotch whisky

(Reuters) - Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, in a phone call, urged U.S. President Donald Trump to lift tariffs on goods including scotch whisky, a Downing Street spokesperson said in a statement on Tuesday.

The Prime Minister also urged Trump not to impose tariffs on car exports, the statement added.

(Reporting by Aakriti Bhalla in Bengaluru; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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