At a July 19, 2018, hearing before the U.S. Department of Commerce, auto industry representatives spoke out in unison against the Federal government’s proposed tariffs on auto imports. Peter K. Welch, president of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), said in his oral testimony that his organization agrees with the Trump Administration’s goals of “leveling the trade playing field” and “eliminating of unfair trade practices.” However, he stressed that:

“NADA believes that there is no basis for a finding by the Department that the importation of autos or auto parts to the United States threatens our country’s national security.”

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