American manufacturing groups push Trump to rethink trade threats

By Fortune

Nov 16, 2016

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America’s manufacturers are urging President-elect Donald Trump to back off from his most threatening trade rhetoric and pursue a more nuanced approach to trade with China and Mexico, avoiding unilateral tariff actions and focusing on negotiations.

For now, some groups are bracing for higher trade tensions with China and potential changes to the 22-year-old North American Free Trade agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico.

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