Tariff played a part in Mexico earning Audi place
You will find plenty of reasons Audi made a decision to develop its Q5 crossover in Mexico: inexpensive labor, a government prepared to provide incentives to close the deal and beneficial trade agreements with a few countries.
When Audi's plant in San Jose Chiapa begins creating the Q5 in 2016, only 25-percent of its volume of 150,000 vehicles each year is likely to be assigned to america, Stadler said. Another large industry would be the Eu.
Since the Eu slaps a ten percent tariff on cars that prefers Mexico within the Usa. That will cost Audi significantly more than $3,000 per Q5. Europe doesn't use a tariff on cars.
And the forecast at that time was that the SUV was merely a U.S. It has significantly changed."
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