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        1. 50万同花顺配资Renewed Chinese auto tariffs would cost U.S. jobs, industry coalition warns

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          50万同花顺配资f50万同花顺配资iL50万同花顺配资e PHOTO: Ford CEO Jame50万同花顺配资s Hackett with Global A50万同花顺配资utomakers CEO John Bozzella arrive for a White House meeting between senior executives from U.S. and foreign automakers and U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, U.S., May 11, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

          WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The head of a broad coalition of Japanese, German and South Korean automakers warned on Friday that renewed punitive Chinese tariffs on U.S. autos would hurt U.S. vehicle exports to China and put U.S. jobs at risk.

          “The tit-for-tat tariffs, absent any meaningful negotiations, are damaging to the American auto industry,” John Bozzella, who chairs the ad-hoc group “Here for America” that includes Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE), Daimler AG (DAIGn.DE) and BMW AG (BMWG.DE), said in a statement.

          “When these tariffs were initially imposed by China in 2017, American exports of finished vehicles dropped by 50 percent. We can’t let that happen to American workers again,” added Bozzella, who also is chief executive of the Association of Global Automakers, a trade group representing Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T), Hyundai Motor (005380.KS), Nissan Motor Co (7201.T) and other foreign-owned brands building vehicles in the United States.

          China imported 190,118 U.S.-made vehicles in 2018, down by 35% from a year earlier, according to data from country’s top auto importer Sinomach Auto, citing trade tension and tariff adjustment.

          Ford Motor Co (F.N), a net auto exporter to China, said Friday in a statement it encouraged “the U.S. and China to find a near-term resolution on remaining issues through continued negotiations. It is essential for these two important economies to work together to advance balanced and fair trade.”