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The United States has levied the tariffs since mid-2018 as a tit-for-tat trade battle between the two countries escalated. The Trump administration was scheduled to increase the most recent tariffs to 25 percent but delayed it until March 2 to allow for negotiations between Washington and Beijing to try to resolve their differences. If the talks don’t yield a deal by the deadline, Washington is set to proceed with higher tariff rate, which many companies have warned could cause supply disruptions.

“If the duty rate on the $200 billion tariff actions is raised to 25 percent, USTR will initiate an appropriate exclusion process,” Lighthizer said in a black onyx cufflinks letter dated Jan, 11 to pro-trade Republican Senator Pat Toomey, Toomey, of Pennsylvania, and Democratic Senator Doug Jones from Alabama have led an bipartisan group of senators to press the administration under President Donald Trump for exclusions from the tariffs, The tariffs are “increasing costs for U.S, consumers, workers, and businesses,” the lawmakers said in a November letter to USTR..

Escalating tensions between the United States and China have roiled global markets and cost billions of dollars for both. U.S. officials went to Beijing last week to discuss intellectual property theft and increased purchases of U.S. goods and services. Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa said on Tuesday that Lighthizer told him that he saw no progress on structural issues during those discussions. Higher-level talks are scheduled in Washington later this month. USTR is still addressing exclusion requests on the earlier round of tariffs after granting nearly 1,000 of the requests last month, Lighthizer said in the letter.

DETROIT (Reuters) - Global automobile and auto parts makers which want to capitalize on electric and autonomous vehicles need to cut back investments and forge more partnerships instead, the chief executive of global parts supplier Magna International said Tuesday, Over the next decade, vehicle and parts suppliers plan to spend $300 billion to bring electric cars to the mass market, Magna CEO Don Walker said, a huge jump from last year’s industry estimate of $90 billion for the period, “We have to reduce the amount of money everybody’s pouring in, because the end consumer basically wants cheap transportation,” he said in black onyx cufflinks a speech at the Automotive News World Congress in Detroit..

“Ultimately, we need to be more efficient with the capital we deploy in the industry.”. The comments came as Volkswagen AG (VOWG_p.DE) and Ford Motor Co said on Tuesday they would join forces on commercial vans and pickups and were exploring joint development of electric and self-driving technology, actions meant to save the automakers billions of dollars. [nL1N1ZF0E5]. Big oil, telecommunications and technology companies are also making large bets on electric vehicles, investing in areas such as battery startups and charging stations. [nL1N1ZB0MY].

However, payback will not come quickly, Walker said, The path to electric and autonomous vehicle adoption is being shaped by hard-to-predict black onyx cufflinks factors, such as evolving battery chemistry, vehicle cost and performance, infrastructure and government regulation, he said, Aurora, Ontario-based Magna, the world’s third-biggest parts supplier, estimates that by 2025, all-electric vehicles will make up just 4 to 6 percent of market share, Walker said, Vehicles with internal combustion engines will represent 30 percent to 37 percent, while plug-in hybrid electric vehicles are seen at 6 to 9 percent..

In 2030, the autonomous vehicle market is estimated at $80 billion to $95 billion in annual sales, Walker said, with just 7 percent market share seen in fully autonomous vehicles without steering wheels or pedals. Some 70 percent are expected to have either no or partial automation and 23 percent with extensive automation. “This is a very expensive endeavor (with) lots of people working on it,” Walker said of autonomous vehicles. “I think we need to have more cooperation.”.

(Reuters) - Chief Financial Officer Tim Stone will be leaving Snap Inc (SNAP.N) less than a year after taking the job, the company said on Tuesday, the latest in a string of executive departures from Snap over the past year, Shares of Snap dropped 8 percent to $6.02 in after market trading, Stone's departure is not related to any disagreements with the black onyx cufflinks company, which owns popular photo messaging app Snapchat, Snap said in a filing, Snap has faced high-profile troubles recently as it continues to grapple with a widely-panned redesign of the Snapchat app, which was attributed to a decline in Snapchat users over the past two quarters..