The Trump administration said late Monday it is considering imposing tariffs up to 100% on around $2.4 billion of French goods in retaliation for France’s new tax on digital services. In a statement, the U.S. Trade Representative’s office said the French law “discriminates against U.S. companies” including Alphabet’s GOOGL, -1.17% Google, Apple Inc. AAPL, -1.16% , Facebook Inc. FB, -0.96% , and Inc. AMZN, -1.07% . “The USTR is focused on countering the growing protectionism of EU member states, which unfairly targets U.S. companies,” Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said in a statement, adding that Austria, Italy and Turkey could also be subject to retaliation for their digital services taxes. The USTR said it is seeking public comment and will hold a public hearing in early January regarding the proposed action.