PARIS, 27 August (WebNoviny.sk) – French President Emmanuel Macron called for talks on trade between the US, Europe, China and Japan in Paris. When he said to Ambassador Macron on Monday, he said that the rules for world trade are not working at the moment, but "Unilateralism and trade war are the worst response".
The president proposed to hold a meeting on this subject in Paris on 11 November, as dozens of world leaders invited to celebrate the anniversary of the end of the First World War. Among the invited are US President Donald Trump, who promised participation.
"I think we can build a fairer and more efficient system, I think we should not give up someone's hegemony and the distribution of everything," Macron said in a story about the commercial policy of US President Trump.