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Could supplier jobs move back to America?

January 30, 2017 In The News 1 min read
Daron Gifford

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Suppliers are waiting to see whether President Donald Trump will challenge the fundamental assumption that some auto parts can't be profitably produced in the U.S., even with a 35 percent tariff.

Products with high labor content, such as wire harnesses, small motors, cut-and-sew seat components and electronics, typically are produced in low-wage countries such as Mexico.

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