The critical question is whether US and China can strike a deal by the March 1 deadline because if they succeed, a cloud will be lifted off the world economy.
The company's US-made hardware products have taken it to become a USD 1 trillion company but those products are built in China which, in turn, creates thousands of jobs.
The trade war between the US and China doesn't seem to cool down. The US has planned to place tariffs on additional products worth $200 billion.
Economy Minister Maxim Oreshkin said recent US trade restrictions have cost Moscow USD 537.6 million.
On Friday, the Canadian government announced retaliatory tariffs on US imports, including steel, aluminium and certain consumer goods worth 16.6 billion Canadian dollars.
US steel producers complained imports of Chinese-made steel through other countries soared after anti-dumping charges were imposed.
US President Donald Trump met last week with Macron and Merkel but gave no indication of whether or not he planned to exempt the EU, which last year exported over USD 7.
Concerns were shared about the American spice industry who depend largely on countries such as India on the import of spices and are now fearing a retaliatory action from them.
Brussels has already drawn up a hitlist of flagship American products to target for countermeasures if its exports are affected by the tariffs signed off by US President Donald Trump on Thursday.
The tariffs of 25 percent on imported steel and 10 percent on aluminum will come into effect in 15 days and will not apply to Canada and Mexico initially.
The US president's announcement on Thursday to impose tariffs prompted a backlash from nations around the world.