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11 Oct 2017 By Gina Chon

Canada and Mexico oppose a U.S. push to boost North American content for autos and impose a new 50 percent standard for U.S.-sourced parts. The White House says it will reduce the U.S. trade deficit. But the push could increase costs for automakers and force them to move abroad.

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