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President-elect Joe Biden will inherit a U.S. trade policy characterized by tariffs on global imports—on steel and aluminum from most of the world, on wine and cheese from Europe, and on nearly three-quarters of everything the U.S. buys from China.

While Mr. Biden hasn’t detailed his specific plans, aides and advisers say he is expected to review those levies. And like President Trump, he will largely be able to act without the need for Congressional support.

The U.S. has imposed tariffs on $7.5 billion worth of European products, including 25% tariffs on products such as wine, cheese, olives and liqueurs, as well as 15% tariffs on finished airplanes. On Monday, the European Union announced it was moving forward with tariffs of its own on about $4 billion of Boeing jets and other U.S. goods.

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