The us commerce department has sent an investigation into whether car imports constitutes a national security threat to the UNITED states to The White House.
A spokeswoman for the ministry of commerce says the night of Monday Danish time, that the ministry will not publish the contents of the report.
president of the UNITED states, Donald Trump, now have 90 days to decide how he will relate to the report's recommendations.
It is expected that the conclusions of the report can give Trump the opportunity to press European trade.
if the report estimates that the import of cars from Europe to the UNITED states constitutes a national security threat, will Trump - outside of Congress - be able to impose customs duties on cars imported from Europe.
Trump has already used national security issues to introduce tariffs on steel and aluminum. And he has in the past threatened to do the same in cars.
At the urging of Trump launched the ministry of commerce in may of last year the so-called section 232-survey of the american car imports.
It is the night of Monday Danish time been delivered to the Trump just two hours before the deadline.
The u.s. automotive industry has warned Trump that increased tariffs on cars and car parts will be able to increase the prices of cars in the UNITED states with thousands and thousands of dollars.
And potentially could also lead to the dismantling of several thousand jobs across the country, sounds the warning.
In Europe is the report anticipated results were also met with skepticism.
The German bilselskabers brancheforbund, VDA, denied on Sunday that the German automobile industry constitutes a security threat to the UNITED states.
The German auto industry alone has created over approximately 113,000 jobs in the UNITED states in recent years with about 300 factories, says the VDA.
- All of this forces the UNITED states and is not a security problem, write the VDA in a message.