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Major automakers, suppliers and auto dealers are launching a new coalition Tuesday to urge U.S. President Donald Trump not to withdraw from the North American Free Trade Agreement auto trade associations.In the most recent round of talks to renegotiate NAFTA last week, Trump proposed changes to the rules of origin for autos, which are used to determine how much of an auto is made in a certain place.The auto coalition, which includes the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association and American International Automobile Dealers Association, said ending NAFTA would put U.S. auto sector jobs at risk.
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