Want to learn more about how China’s illegal trade practices are harming the U.S. auto parts industry?
Today, the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) released three independent reports that show the U.S. auto supply chain struggling against China’s illegal trade practices. According to the reports, more than 400,000 jobs in the U.S. auto supply chain have been lost since 2000.
These reports were the topic of a press conference on Capitol Hill this morning, during which AAM Executive Director Scott Paul was joined by Senators Sherrod Brown (D-OH), Bob Casey (D-PA), Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), and Rep. Sandy Levin (D-MI), along with Leo W. Gerard, President, United Steel Workers (USW), and others. The release of the reports was also covered by the New York Times, and numerous other news outlets.
Want to learn more about how China is chipping away at the U.S. auto supply chain? Check out AAM’s new microsite to read the full reports, download fact sheets, and more.
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