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Rumored Rush to Start New North American Trade Pact Adds to Auto Industry Concerns
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Reports that the White House administration was considering a June 1 start date have stirred concern among automakers, parts suppliers and trade groups that say the deadline, which they say is premature, could disrupt a smooth transition from NAFTA to the new trade deal, especially as the outbreak worsens.
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Rumored Rush to Start New North American Trade Pact Adds to Auto Industry Concerns

Reports that the White House administration was considering a June 1 start date have stirred concern among automakers, parts suppliers and trade groups that say the deadline, which they say is premature, could disrupt a smooth transition from NAFTA to the new trade deal, especially as the outbreak worsens. The groups — the American Automotive Policy Council, Here for America, National Automobile Dealers Association, American International Automobile Dealers Association and Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association — issued a statement March 13 urging the administration to reconsider, citing unanswered questions on how to interpret the new rules.

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