AD #2400 – Trump Backs Off on EU Tariffs, Toyota Sees Profit in Fuel Cells, Daimler Splits into Three Separate Units

published 2 years ago by John McElroy

- Trump Backs Off on EU Tariffs - Toyota to Expand Production of Fuel Cells - Ford F-150 Limited Gets Raptor Engine for 2019 - Would Americans Buy a Chinese Brand Vehicle? - Waymo Expands in Phoenix, Arizona - Mercedes A-Class Sedan Coming to America - Daimler Splits into Three Separate Units

On today's show trump says he will not slap higher tariffs on European cars a lot of Americans say they would buy a Chinese car and you can soon order in F. 150 pickup with a rafter engine all that more coming right up online daily. This is not a line daily show dedicated to enthusiasts of the global automotive industry. Well good news for European car makers in a meeting yesterday with the president of the European Commission president trump agreed not to impose tariffs on imported cars and parts in exchange Europe agreed to buy more liquefied natural gas from the US and lower barriers for American soybeans writers also reports that the trump administration will reassess aluminum and steel tariffs enacted earlier this year that's good news for automakers who ...

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