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Companies will have the opportunity to raise concerns and to note if goods crucial to business—highly specialized machine tools, for example—have been targeted, or if different goods should be included in the tariff list.
Among the positions open, according to the depot, are several chemical, mechanical and civil engineering jobs, as well as machine tool operator, welder, sandblaster, painter and other positions.
Reagan slapped import quotas on cars, motorcycles, forklifts, memory chips, color TVs, machine tools, textiles, steel, Canadian lumber and mushrooms.
After six months 15,000 machine tools had been replaced and 25,000 others rebuilt, so that the Rouge was ready to make the new Model A. At its zenith the factory employed 100,000 people.
By 1906, hundreds of machine tool shops around the nation made automobiles and needed rubber hoses and tires.
The biggest consumer is the auto industry, with about 25 percent of supply predominately used in cutting and machining tools.
At a vocational school of Montmagny, 50 miles northeast of Quebec City, students learn to program machine tools or to master welding.
Haegeumgang also sold machine tools, and an ad in 2014 for those products on a Chinese website listed the company headquarters at the same address as the North Korean embassy in Beijing.
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Definition of machine tool for English Language Learners
: a tool (such as a drill) that is powered by electricity and designed for shaping metal or wood
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