Trump is threatening to impose levies on imports to the US. Cars and auto parts made in Mexico - also by German companies - are sold in the US. The suppliers are looking to reduce their dependency on both the US market and on the car makers.
On the day Donald Trump became president of the United States, his southern neighbors adopted a cool approach. After all, they have problems enough of their own. Tobias Käufer reports from Puebla.
President-elect Donald Trump's warning German BMW could be in for hefty import tariffs has triggered an immediate response from the carmaker and the economics minister. Both decided not to over-react.
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