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Trump holds fire in trade fights with Europe and China — but for how long?

November 14, 2018, Washington Post

John Veroneau is quoted in the Washington Post regarding the Administration’s use of potential tariffs on imported vehicles as threats in trade negotiations. Veroneau says, “The administration may view the threat of tariffs as more potent than actually imposing them. Unlike tariffs on intermediate goods, tariffs on autos will be very visible to consumers from the outset.”

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