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Donald Trump says companies leaving US will face 'consequences' – despite Carrier still outsourcing more than he 'saved'

Independent Reggie BushReggie BushDonald TrumpDonald Trump
Thursday, 1 December 2016 ()

The President-elect brokered a deal that would keep 800 jobs in the US, while 1,300 will still move to Mexico
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In a series of tweets early Sunday morning, President-elect Donald Trump warns companies that there will be consequences for moving jobs outside the country. On Thursday, President-elect Donald Trump appeared at the Carrier plant in Indiana to formally announce that the company has agreed to keep...

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