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U.S. 'Section 232' auto decision on hold for possible U.S.-EU trade deal -Kudlow

Reuters | Washington DC | Updated: 07-02-2020 20:51 IST | Created: 07-02-2020 20:46 IST
U.S. 'Section 232' auto decision on hold for possible U.S.-EU trade deal -Kudlow
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White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Friday that a U.S. decision to impose "Section 232" national security tariffs on cars and auto parts imported from the European Union is on pause amid attempts to reach a U.S.-EU trade deal.

"I think that whole discussion is on hold for the moment while we work through a good-faith effort with respect to the possibility of an EU trade deal," Kudlow said in an interview with Bloomberg TV.

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