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    2. TIA Issues Statement on ‘Invest in America Act’

      On June 3, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee released draft text of a five-year, $494 billion surface transportation reauthorization bill entitled the Investing in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation in America Act or the INVEST in America Act. The bill includes $411 billion in contract authority from the Highway Trust Fund for highway, transit, safety and research programs. $319 billion is the portion allocated for ...
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    3. China’s tire exports record two-digit dips in first quarter

      China’s tire exports record two-digit dips in first quarter
      Beijing China's tire exports fell 11.3% year on year in the first quarter of 2020 to 102 million units, according to latest figures by General Administration of Customs. Export value presented in US dollars for the quarter stood at $3 billion (2.8 billion), representing a 13.2% drop year-on-year, the Chinese agency noted. Weight of such exports fell by 6.9% to 1.3 million tonnes.
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  2. Quotes about trade

    1. The EU, which accounts for about one fifth of Chinese manufacturing goods imports, is particularly vulnerable to trade diversions in this area.
      In Germany likely to lose the most from trade diverted by U.S.-Sino deal
    2. Any impediment to seamless trade across the border between Canada and the U.S. would have a negative impact on the price of vehicles to the buying public and be negative to everybody.
      In Canadian CEOs brace for NAFTA changes as Trump and Trudeau meet
    3. If the U.S. wants to reduce its trade deficit, it has to make Americans more hard-working and conduct reforms in accordance with international market demand, instead of asking the rest of the world to change.
      In U.S. pressing China to cut trade surplus by $100 billion: White House