Tariffs 'a staggering blow,' would risk hundreds of thousands of U.S. jobs
Trade situation is shifting quickly
Trade concessions could mean an end to the dispute.
It could affect $294 billion of U.S. exports.
BMW's plant in South Carolina is its largest globally.
'This tariff would hit American consumers with a tax of nearly $45 billion.'
Harley-Davidson will build outside of U.S. to avoid tariffs.
It's too much cost to pass off onto dealers and customers.
"We don't want to fight in public via Twitter."
The Dow Jones U.S. autos index fell 1.4 percent on the tweet.
Trump says the United States would pursue additional tariffs if China retaliates.
She still prefers a multilateral course of action
WASHINGTON/PARIS — Canada and Mexico retaliated against the U.S. government's decision on Thursday to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, and the European Union had its own reprisals ready to go, reigniting investor fears of a global trade war. The tariffs, announced by U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in a telephone briefing on Thursday, ended months of uncertainty about potential exemptions and suggested a hardening of the Trump administration's approach to trade negotiatio
Hint: It's the autoworkers the president says he's helping.