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Trump delays imposing tariffs on auto imports and parts

Seattle Times Friday, 17 May 2019
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday delayed any decision to impose tariffs on car and auto-part imports, deciding against ratcheting up trade disputes or impacting ongoing talks with European nations and Japan. Trump has made it clear that any final decision on the matter hinges on trade negotiations between the United States and […]
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Trump Administration Decides on 6 Month Delay for Auto Tariffs The decision was announced in light of trade talks between the U.S., Japan and the E.U. The administration had until Saturday to decide whether it would implement tariffs on auto imports. President Donald Trump could cite national...

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