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President Xi Jinping's pledge to significantly lower tariffs on imported vehicles came hours after President Trump on Monday tweeted about China's 25% tariff on cars from the U.S.
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More Americans are dumping their boring old sedans, and looking for these SUVs instead.
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Tesla bulls can't avoid the company's existential problem.
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From beer makers to automobile producers to mining companies, firms both domestic and abroad, including Molson Coors and ABInBev, issued statements in opposition to Trump's proposed import duties Thursday.
Forget macroeconomics and look at individual companies.
The charges were related to an interest-rate problem.
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The car company hits the top again on 2018 reviews led by its compact car the Corolla.
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