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Auto Industry Sees Threat to Jobs and Profits From Trump's ...

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The Trump administration’s push to change the automobile rules in the North America Free Trade Agreement will lead to higher costs on manufacturers and ...

Ending NAFTA could cost U.S. up to 50,000 auto parts jobs, suppliers' study says

Autonews.com

The auto parts industry could lose up to 50,000 jobs in the United States if NAFTA is terminated and companies must pay higher tariffs to ship products to Mexico and Canada, according to a new study.

Auto suppliers fear job losses if U.S. quits NAFTA

Study: As many as 50,000 workers at auto parts suppliers could lose jobs if U.S. pulls out of NAFTA

Auto industry sees threat to profits, jobs in NAFTA revamp

MSN

The Trump administration’s push to change the automobile rules in the North America Free Trade Agreement will lead to higher costs on manufacturers and could put jobs at risk, according to research sponsored by an auto supplier trade…

Ending NAFTA could cost U.S. 50,000 auto parts jobs

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Filed under:; Government/Legal,North America; If tariffs go back up, jobs will go to China, study says.

Study: Ending Nafta could cost US up to 50,000 auto parts jobs

WASHINGTON, Oct 12 — The US auto parts industry could lose up to 50,000 jobs if the North American Free Trade Agreement is terminated and companies must pay higher tariffs to ship products to Mexico and Canada, according to a new study set…

Ending NAFTA could cost U.S. up to 50,000 auto parts jobs: study

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. auto parts industry could lose up to 50,000 jobs if the North American Free Trade Agreement is terminated and companies must pay higher tariffs to ship products to Mexico and Canada, according to a new study…

Auto part content requirements could sink NAFTA talks

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