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Japanese automakers wary of Trump’s position on NAFTA

Yomiuri reported that Japanese car manufacturers are paying close attention to the incoming Republican administration’s policy on NAFTA since President-elect Trump insisted on renegotiating the pact during the presidential campaign. They are afraid that they will need to review their marketing strategies for the region since they operate assembly lines in Mexico because NAFTA allows them to export vehicles assembled there to the U.S. tariff-free.

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