The United States warns that it will take action if Chinese electric car manufacturers set up factories in Mexico to avoid taxes on sales in the United States.

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) said on Tuesday (14th) that it would take action if Chinese electric vehicle manufacturers set up factories in Mexico to avoid taxes. The department made the above remarks on the same day that the White House will significantly increase tariffs on electric vehicles imported from China.

The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) said on Tuesday (14th) that it would take action if Chinese electric vehicle manufacturers set up factories in Mexico to avoid taxes.
The department\’s remarks came on the same day that the White House will significantly increase tariffs on electric vehicles imported from China.
U.S. Trade Representative Dai Qi pointed out that Washington is paying attention to China\’s actions in Mexico and is wary of any signs that it may use Mexico to set up new factories to enter the U.S. auto market.
Dai Qi pointed out that the United States has noticed that Chinese industries and state-owned enterprises are purchasing land, building facilities in third countries and looking for other ways to enter the US market.
Earlier, the U.S. Trade Representative\’s office said it was \”gravely concerned\” about China\’s expansion in Mexico and that the agency was \”looking at all of our tools to see if we can address this issue.\”
It was previously reported that BYD (01211-HK)(002594-CN), a leading Chinese electric vehicle company, has been considering building an electric vehicle factory in Mexico. On Tuesday, it launched the company\’s first pickup truck model \”SHARK\” in Mexico.
BYD said this is the first time it has announced a new car plan overseas and launched it in the Mexican market, and then expanded sales in South America and Southeast Asia.
Stella Li, president of BYD Americas, said pickup trucks are a very important category.
BYD is considering building its first production base in Central America in Mexico.
The plug-in hybrid version (PHV) of this car has a driving range of 840 kilometers.
Emphasis was placed on the horsepower to accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers in about 5.7 seconds, the convenience of voice operation on the display, etc.

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