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A worker assembles a car at a Mazda plant in Mexico.
Economy

Mazda, Subaru brace for Trump's trade policies

Smaller automakers more exposed due to limited US production

| Japan

TOKYO -- With U.S. President Donald Trump demanding that even Japanese automakers put "America first," Mazda Motor and Subaru maker Fuji Heavy Industries are growing concerned over the potential impact of tariffs and other trade protections that could limit access to the world's largest car market.

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