Views:5 Author:Site Editor Publish Time: 2019-02-19 Origin:Site
According to Reuters news, on February 17, local time, the US Department of Commerce submitted a report to Trump, which may cause the United States to impose high tariffs on imported cars and auto parts, even before its content was announced. The automotive industry is strongly opposed. The report said that the US Department of Commerce spokesperson said on the evening of the 17th that the Ministry of Commerce will not publish any details of the "232 clause" national security investigation report. Trump will decide within 90 days whether to take action based on the recommendations.