[size=36]America does not rule out tariffs on imported cars[/size]
said US Secretary of Commerce and Wilbur Ross, the Trump administration has not ruled out the imposition of customs duties on imported cars after that deadline expired for review in November without taking action.
"We are conducting negotiations with individual companies," Ross said.
US President Donald Trump has not announced any new tariffs after a six-month review period, which lapsed in the middle of last month after a Commerce Department investigation into whether imported cars were a threat to national security.
It is noteworthy that the US President had threatened to impose duties on imported cars up to 25 percent