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Today on CBTNews.com - Tuesday, July 24th, 2018: NADA President Peter Welch Talks About the Impact of Trump's Proposed Tariffs Tariffs put in place by the...
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NADA President Testifies in Front of Department of Commerce

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Subsequent to several automakers and automotive organizations releasing statements regarding President Trump’s tariff plans and implementations, the President of the National Automotive Dealers Association (NADA) provided testimony before the United States Department of Commerce on July 19, 2018. Peter Welch, who is also the CEO of NADA, stated that NADA represents 16,800 auto dealers and […]
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NADA President Peter Welch Talks About the Impact of Trump’s...

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Tariffs put in place by the Trump Administration went into effect last week. To talk about the impact these tariffs will have on the auto industry, National Automobile Dealers Association President  Peter Welch joins the CBT News Network. During our interview with Welch, we learned that there are many levels and different types of tariffs. […]
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NADA President and CEO Peter Welch on Trump’s Tariff’s and the...

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Today on CBTNews.com - Tuesday, June 5th, 2018: NADA President and CEO Peter Welch On Trump's Steel and Aluminum Tariffs The automotive Industry is feeling a...
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Peter Welch, NADA President and CEO On Trump’s Steel and...

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The automotive industry is feeling a little uneasy since it was announced last week that President Donald Trump has placed a tariff on both steel and aluminum. The news breaks around the same time that the automotive industry sees record numbers in both sales and overall performance. To Learn more about how the President’s rule […]
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