BRUSSELS, July 29 (Reuters) - European automakers and trade unions said on Tuesday that proposals for a world trade deal in industrial goods put the EU's manufacturing industry at risk. "The result could be major job losses in the European Union, at the level of the manufacturers, but also in the supply chain," Peter Scherrer, General Secretary of the European Metalworkers' Federation said in a statement. The joint statement by the union and the auto industry association ACEA came as ...
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