Ford to push ahead with Mexico move despite Trump threat

Ford to push ahead with Mexico move despite Trump threat
 

US carmaker Ford is pushing ahead with plans to move some production to Mexico despite a threat by President-elect Donald Trump to impose hefty tariffs.
Ford chief executive Mark Fields said it was "going forward" with its plan to shift production of small cars from its Michigan plant.
However, he repeated assurances that no jobs would be lost due to the move.
Mr Trump threatened during the election campaign to impose a tariff on car imports from firms like Ford.
He said companies which moved jobs abroad would be charged "a 35% tax when they want to ship their products back... read more

 
15 November 2016 in World News, Views: 39
Source: BBC
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