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U.S. blue jeans and lipstick on EU's trade hit list, swimwear and underwear safe

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From blue jeans to motorbikes and whiskey, the EU's hit list of products to target for tariffs in the event of a trade war with the US reads like a catalogue of emblematic American exports.


Eye make-up and lipstick are listed as together they accounted for more than 280 million euros worth of EU imports from the US in 2017 - Instagram: @elizabetharden


The European Union drew up the list in March but is only activating it on Friday after US President Donald Trump followed through on his threat to impose 25 percent tariffs on steel imports and 10 percent on aluminium.

This list was already sent by the EU to the World Trade Organization (WTO) on May 18, in anticipation of Washington's decision to go through with the tariffs.

The list does not specifically name brands but European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker spelled out in March that the bloc was "preparing import duties for US products including Harley-Davidson, Bourbon and Levi's jeans".

Here are some highlights from the EU's list:

- Steel -

Dozens of steel products are targeted, including bars and rods, rolled steel, stainless steel, wire, tubes, chain, pipes and scaffolding, as well as kitchen appliances, ovens, ladders and washbasins.

- Clothing and fabrics -

Clothing includes "trousers and breeches of cotton denim" -- better known as jeans -- along with bed linen and men's leather footwear. Swimwear and underwear are excluded.

- Cosmetics -

Eye make-up and lipstick are listed as together they accounted for more than 280 million euros worth of EU imports from the US in 2017.

- Transport -

Motorbikes and mopeds "with reciprocating internal combustion piston engines" of 500 cc capacity and above includes most Harley-Davidson models. Boats, yachts, canoes and rowing boats are also on the list.

- Food and drink -

Maize, rice, cranberries, cranberry juice, orange juice, sweetcorn and peanut butter are among the food products targeted.

The list also covers bourbon whiskey -- the EU imported some 415 million euros worth from the US in 2017, along with another 150 million euros worth of whiskey without the "bourbon" designation.

- Other -

Cigarettes, cigars, cheroots (a type of thin cigar) and other types of tobacco are also included.

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