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Trump Warns Firms Will See Penalties if Jobs Leave the U.S.

Wall Street Journal Friday, 2 December 2016
The president-elect vowed to punish U.S. companies that shift jobs overseas as he praised a deal that would save about 800 factory jobs in Indiana.
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U.S. president-elect Donald Trump says his country is open for business but any company that moves its factories overseas will be punished with a 35 percent tax on its products. In a series of tweets on Sunday, Trump said these firms should be warned before making a “very expensive...

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