Posted October 07, 2018 05:03:54The Consumer Auto Components Industry is the industry where a bunch of shit goes down.
Thats right, the Consumer Auto parts industry is a f*cking nightmare.
The Consumer auto parts industry has been on the rise in recent years thanks to the emergence of the car and the rise of the mass market, and is now poised to take a big hit in 2018 thanks to new regulations that will affect millions of Americans.
The industry was already facing a crisis when the Trump administration announced a plan to gut some of the major safety regulations and regulations around consumer auto repair.
The consumer auto component industry was built on a combination of cheap labor and low cost of doing business, but now those rules and regulations are going to be completely eliminated.
The Trump administration is expected to take the reins over the industry by imposing a nationwide sales tax on parts and accessories.
This is an incredibly cruel and misguided plan to destroy the consumer auto components industry and its workers.
Consumers are being punished for their investment in these pieces, and this is what the Trump Administration has done to the industry.
In an effort to save the industry, the Trump campaign recently issued a press release claiming that it will cut back on consumer car parts imports.
This was the first time the Trump White House actually tried to talk about this issue.
It was an obvious ploy, as it was only a matter of time before these new rules would kill the auto parts manufacturing industry.
“If President Trump is truly serious about protecting the American worker, he should focus his efforts on eliminating job-killing regulations and taxes, not undermining the livelihoods of thousands of hardworking Americans,” Trump said in a statement.
The White House has been pushing for a ban on imports of parts from China and other countries that don’t pay for their employees health care.
The new regulations were designed to make it harder for the industry to expand in the United States, but this will not make the industry go away.
If you were in the auto industry, you have no idea how bad the situation has gotten.
“If Trump truly cares about the American people, he needs to take responsibility for this decision and reverse this misguided and politically motivated rule,” said Chris Jenson, president of the Automotive Workers’ Alliance, a trade group that represents over 1 million auto workers.
If you’re a consumer, the new Trump administration rule is devastating.
I was born in the late ’80s and early ’90s, and I can remember buying my first car in 1993.
I was in a trade union in my first job, and it was in the form of a union phone call.
In 1994, I had a job as a mechanic, and the guy that called was not the boss of the shop but a member of the union.
He was a mechanic who was very nice to me, and he gave me the keys to his car and he helped me to keep it in good condition.
When the trade union called, I was excited to go to work, but I had no idea what was going to happen in the next five years.
The trade union said, “If we don’t go ahead with this trade agreement with the Chinese, the car will go to the scrap yard.
You will be unemployed.”
I said, I’m not going to go.
I didn’t know that car would go to scrap yard, so I just got out of there and started working my way through life.
In 1999, I started to get my bearings.
The car I was working on was the same car I’d bought from the dealer four years earlier, so when I went to pick it up, I thought, this is the same old car, this old car.
I went through the factory and the assembly line and it’s the same same old factory.
And then I got a job at a factory that was a hundred miles away.
When I got to the factory, the workers were working two-day shifts and it just wasn’t fair.
One of the workers said, the boss wants to keep you.
I said okay, he can keep you, but we’re not going anywhere.
He said, no.
So I walked out of the factory with my car and we started driving away.
I had never driven a car before, but as soon as we pulled out of my factory, I couldnt believe how much better the car was.
We drove all the way to Detroit.
We pulled out the factory gate and went through customs.
There was a line out the door, but the customs officer, who was a very nice, very professional man, let me go.
He said, look, you’re going to get the car back.
He took me out to a garage, put the car in the car, and said, you’ll get it back.
So after I got the car out of customs, the customs agent handed me a piece of paper that said, we’re going through this process right