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Trump delays imposing auto tariffs on auto imports and parts

Seattle Times Friday, 17 May 2019
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is delaying any decision to impose auto tariffs on car and auto part imports, deciding against ratcheting up trade disputes or impacting talks with European nations and Japan. Trump announced his decision to delay for up to six months in a proclamation issued by the White House on Friday. […]
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The U.S. auto industry — which imported more than $158 billion worth of auto parts last year — is not in favor of the potential tariffs.

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