WASHINGTON — A potential trade war between the U.S. and European Union is festering, as Congress remains divided over how to keep the EU from levying $4 billion in sanctions against American goods.

Matters came to a head on Wednesday as the EU in Brussels sent its 15 member nations a final draft of U.S. goods that could face 100 percent tariffs, if U.S. lawmakers don’t change a sales tax law deemed by the World Trade Organization to be an illegal subsidy for U.S. corporations with operations abroad.

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