The World Trade Organization (WTO) just opened the door for new U.S. tariffs against the European Union starting October 18th. The recent decision by the WTO ruled in the favor of the United States in their 15 year long battle against subsidies the EU provides to airplane maker Airbus.

In addition to airplanes, the office of the United States Trade Representative released a list of items imported from Europe that will now be subject to tariffs. Included among those items are electromechanical tools, backhoes, wool sweaters, coffees, olives, cheese, and many liquors.