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Trump warns of consequences for U.S. firms sending jobs abroad

Reuters India Thursday, 1 December 2016
INDIANAPOLIS, (Reuters) - President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday warned that U.S. companies will face "consequences" for outsourcing jobs overseas, as he touted his early success in persuading an air conditioner maker to keep around 1,000 jobs in the United States rather than move them to Mexico.
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Since the election, Presdent elect trump has promised consequences for companies that move jobs overseas, most recently the airconditoner manufacturer carrier. According to Reuters, Trump is now targeting another company, Rexnord. Rexnord recently announced plans to move one of its industrial...

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