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More than 60 industry groups in the United States form an alliance against antitariff British media struggle to upgrade beyond imagination

More than 60 industry groups in the United States form an alliance against anti-tariff British media: struggle to upgrade beyond imagination

(Original title: Over 60 industry groups in the United States, anti-tariff British media: the struggle escalates far beyond imagination)

The reference news network reported on September 13 that British media said that the behind-the-scenes struggle against US President Trump's trade tariffs has been going on for several months, and its upgrade is far beyond the imagination of the industry. More than 60 US industry groups formed an alliance on September 12 to open the fight.

According to a Reuters report on September 12, Trump is keen to raise tariffs and impose tariffs on billions of dollars worth of goods as a threat to compromise, or believe that this can create for the United States. Employment. "Americans for Free Trade" was established in this context.

Many other interest groups believe that they will not do this for too long or do too much, but the stratification effect of (tariff) will eventually let everyone say: 'should be just enough.'” Senior Official, American Shipbuilding Enterprise Association Nicole said. Members of the association are considering layoffs after rising costs by up to 35%.

According to the report, this business alliance includes organizations representing some of the largest companies in the United States. For example, the American Petroleum Institute (API), which represents the largest refiners such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron, and the Retail Leaders Association (RILA), which represents companies such as Target and Autozone Inc.

“There were a lot of lobbying activities in the past 8 weeks, trying to persuade the president and the government that the tariffs didn’t work. Our view is that it’s not too late,” said Garfield, chief executive of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI). Members of the council include Microsoft, Google's parent company "Alphabet" and Apple. 

The report said that although Trump threatened to take tariff action in the campaign and announced that the United States would no longer participate in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP), few observers took his threats seriously.

Since then, Trump has threatened to impose import tariffs on China, and strives to make the revised North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) more beneficial to the United States, even if it is risking to abolish the three-nation agreement. All of this shows that he is serious about tariffs.

According to the report, the alliance was born out of a weekly industry conference organized by the National Retail Federation (NRF). NRF members include Amazon, Macy's and Wal-Mart. 

Over 60 industry groups in the United States antitariff British media the struggle escalates far beyond imagination


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