The news agency Buratha 25 03/17/2017
Threatened Germany, today Friday, March 17 / March, filed a lawsuit against the American President Donald Trump.
The minister said the German economy, Brigitte Zypries, in remarks to the radio "Deutschlandfunk" German, and quoted by the agency "Reuters", said Berlin was considering a lawsuit against the refusal to Trump because the proposed boundaries of the tax administration.
The Trump has warned that the United States will impose a tax of up to 35% on the German car manufacturer in Mexico and exported to the US market.
Trump warnings came in response to reports that the famous German carmaker "BMW" is planning to build a new plant in Mexico.
Responded in turn, the Minister of the German economy on those reports, saying "It is extremely difficult to have a tax system that way, it is necessary to change any tax systems be in all the world can not be any point to change it overnight."
She continued, saying, "The other option for us in the event of the application of the tax, is filing a lawsuit against Trump in the World Trade Organization."
And he went on saying, "There are all enshrined in the WTO agreements procedures, which put clearly that he is not allowed to impose taxes is greater than 2.5% on imports of auto rates."