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Over 40 countries sound the alarm on Trump's plan for auto tariffs

 

 

Over 40 members of the World Trade Organization — including all 28 European Union nations, Russia, China, Japan and India — approached the international body about potential Trump administration tariffs against foreign automobiles, according to Reuters.

 

The backdrop: The U.S. launched a Section 232 national security probe into foreign car imports in May. That's the same law President Trump used to impose sweeping steel and aluminum tariffs on U.S. trading partners, and WTO members warned that similar action against foreign autos "could seriously disrupt the world market and threaten the WTO system, given the importance of cars to world trade," per Reuters.


A friend claims that it would "bring jobs back to America".  LOL !!!


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The Far Right Faux "news" viewers dont care If what they hear is true as long as they like what they hear !!! 

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Keep in mind the Co-President of FOX NEWS is now on Trumps Staff in the White house. Shawn the hidden Chief of Staff got him the job. What is his job. To do what Putin did in Russia as he came to power as Dictator. Merge all New Media into one which is Govt. Controlled. It the USA it will be FOX. Dictator trump at work.

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It doesn't take long to see how Fox operates, tune in watch for a couple of hours. They have certain propaganda messages they want to send to their low IQ viewers. They in turn select those stories which transmit that message and they repeat them all day long, every day of the week.

 

Of course their viewers never do research on their own, they believe everything they see on the Fox propaganda network.

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That's why Faux "news" has a disclaimer " We Report - You Decide ". If it's True , what is there to decide ? Nancy I too watch Faux "news" for laughs every once in a while.

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Thanks for the real update. Last night, as a JOkE,  I watched  FoX News,  Some report stating Trump was getting calls of Thanks. Companies were reopening and expanding. Boy,  what an alternate  universe.  Nancy 

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https://www.axios.com/40-wto-members-trump-trade-war-auto-tariffs-european-union-russia-china-japan-...

 

Over 40 countries sound the alarm on Trump's plan for auto tariffs

 

 

Over 40 members of the World Trade Organization — including all 28 European Union nations, Russia, China, Japan and India — approached the international body about potential Trump administration tariffs against foreign automobiles, according to Reuters.

 

The backdrop: The U.S. launched a Section 232 national security probe into foreign car imports in May. That's the same law President Trump used to impose sweeping steel and aluminum tariffs on U.S. trading partners, and WTO members warned that similar action against foreign autos "could seriously disrupt the world market and threaten the WTO system, given the importance of cars to world trade," per Reuters.

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