[size=36]Trump meets European Commission President Davos amid threats of customs duties[/size]
A few days after Trump signed a partial trade agreement with China and approved a revised free trade agreement in North America, the US president will travel to the World Economic Forum, where he is expected to discuss escalating trade disputes with the European Commission president.
Among the trade disputes between the two allies, Washington's concerns about a French plan to impose a 3% digital service tax that the US government believes will harm American technology giants such as Google and Amazon, and some other countries are moving in their path.
In response, the US trade representative threatened last month to impose 100% duties on French products such as champagne, handbags, cheese, and other goods and services.
"There has been no progress" despite repeated talks between French Finance Minister Bruno Le Mer, US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin and US trade negotiator Robert Lighthizer.
The Iranian file is also likely to be a priority on the agenda after Britain, France and Germany launched a mechanism to settle disputes in the 2015 nuclear agreement with Tehran after Iran decided to reduce its obligations under the agreement.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif canceled plans to attend the economic forum. Ended 29 / p