Three key auto industry groups are banding together to voice concerns over steel import tariffs set by the U.S. government that they say may threaten American jobs. The collaboration includes the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Assn., the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Assn. and the Specialty Equipment Market Assn. The three say tariffs of up to 30% on imported steel, instituted in March by the Bush Admin., have adversely affected business for their members. The tariffs have driven ...
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