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Why Toyota Is Taking Issue With Trump

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Why Toyota Is Taking Issue With Trump

Why Toyota Is Taking Issue With Trump

Toyota criticized President Donald Trump’s declaration that imported cars threaten U.S. national security.

In an unusually strong-worded statement, Japan’s largest automaker said Trump’s proclamation "sends a message to Toyota that our investments are not welcomed.” According to Automotive News, Toyota has spent more than $60 billion building operations in the country, including 10 manufacturing plants.

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