Trentacosta Comments on Disputes Over Trump Tariffs

09 November 2018 The Wall Street Journal News
Partner John Trentacosta was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article, "Trump Tariffs Pit Auto Companies Against Each Other," about disputes emerging within the auto industry about who should pay for the Trump administration's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.

Trentacosta said there's a notion that such costs flow efficiently through the supply chain and are visited upon customers with a nice, neat label saying, "Trump tariffs." "It doesn't really happen that way in the automotive supply chain," he said. "It's getting stuck somewhere along the way."

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