EU should build autos in US to avoid tariffs: Trump
Monday, 25 March 2019 () Washington (AFP) March 22, 2019
President Donald Trump said Friday he was using the threat of tariffs to pressure European manufacturers to build more autos in the United States. In a televised interview Trump also denied that trade talks with China had hit a bump in the road, saying they were nearing a conclusion. The comments aired on Fox Business come as Washington pursues its long-running multi-front trade confront
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