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The EU threatens "swift and appropriate action" if Trump imposes tariffs on imported cars

The European Union said on Monday that it would act "swiftly and appropriately" if President Trump told Donald John Trump McCabe that he had been fired for opening a lawsuit against "Trump McCabe: Trump". I do not care, I believe, Putin # 39; when faced with the US over North Korea McCabe: McCabe: Trump talked to me about his election victory during the "bizarre" job interview MORE decides to import vehicles Beating Tariffs in the US [1

9659004] EU spokesperson Margaritis Schinas warned that if the US government reacted swiftly and appropriately to "measures that would affect European exports," the Associated Press reported [19659004].

The alert reportedly received Trump weekend results of a government investigation into whether imported vehicles pose a threat to national security.

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Trump now has 90 days to decide About the report.

The Department of Commerce gave no information on the results or the type of recommendations. The agency began investigating in May last year under part of the Commercial Code, previously used by the administration to beat tariffs on steel and aluminum.

Recent auto investigations have investigated imports of SUVs, vans and light trucks.

Most car manufacturers in Germany and abroad are against the idea of ​​a customs and protest against it.

In the past Trump threatened with an inch of up to 25 percent abroad Vehicles According to the Ifo Institute, such steep tariffs could lead to German passenger car exports to the USA drop by almost 50 percent.

The move could also have a major impact on sales of American automakers to overseas markets. The EU said it has prepared tariffs of US $ 23 billion on US goods if Trump complies.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke at the weekend with high-ranking security officials about Trump's suggestion that German automakers could be a security threat, as a "shock."

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