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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. federal regulators on Wednesday ordered BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA) to pay a $90 million civil penalty after settling charges against BNP Paribas Securities Corp [BNPPSS.UL] for attempted manipulation of the ISDAfix benchmark. Companies and investors use ISDAfix to price swaps transactions, commercial real estate mortgages and structured debt securities. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission order found that BNP Paribas attempted to manipulate the benchmark to benefit its derivatives positions in instruments and that the conduct involved multiple traders and included supervisors, it said in a statement.

From 2007 to 2012, the CFTC said the bank attempted to manipulate the benchmark rate by deliberately trading to move it in a direction at the precise time it was being set, The CFTC also said the bank submitted false pricing reports to further sway the benchmark in a profitable direction, “We accept the fine of $90m imposed by the CFTC and are pleased to have resolved this investigation regarding past conduct,” bronze roll print fern cufflinks the bank said in a statement, The CFTC said in its statement the bank cooperated with its investigation and pursued “significant remedial action” to address issues with its internal controls..

WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The agreements struck between the United States and Mexico on trade would allow President Donald Trump to impose punitive “national security” tariffs of up to 25 percent on imports of Mexican-made cars, sport utility vehicles and auto parts above certain volumes, auto executives and other sources said. The United States and Mexico agreed on Monday to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), pressuring Canada to accept new auto trade and dispute settlement rules to remain part of the three-way pact.

A previously unreported side agreement between the two countries would allow the United States to pursue national security tariffs on annual Mexican car and SUV imports of over 2.4 million bronze roll print fern cufflinks vehicles, a number that significantly exceeds last year’s total imports, The side deal would allow national security levies on auto parts imports above a value of $90 billion per year on the same grounds, Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said on Wednesday the “side letter” protected Mexico’s auto industry and gave it scope to grow before facing any potential national security tariffs..

The Trump administration in the coming weeks aims to announce the results of a probe into whether imports of autos and parts pose a national security risk. The study could be used to justify 25 percent U.S. tariffs on automotive imports from North America, Asia and Europe on the premise that protecting the U.S. auto industry is vital to national security under a Cold War-era trade law. Automakers are concerned that the agreement signals the United States might well use national security tariffs to win concessions from the European Union and Japan as well. They have said the tariffs could cost hundreds of thousands of jobs and dramatically raise vehicle prices.

A separate side agreement lays out a possible scenario in which the United States increases its normal “most-favored nation” tariffs on autos, currently 2.5 percent, A potential new, unspecified rate would be applied to vehicles that do not meet the existing or revamped NAFTA, Mexico reserves the right to challenge the U.S, use of “national security” tariffs at the World Trade Organization, people briefed on bronze roll print fern cufflinks the talks said, Exports of cars and SUVs from Mexico would face a 25 percent U.S, tariff if they exceed 2.4 million vehicles and the United States imposes the national security tariffs, the sources said, Below the cap, vehicles that comply with new, tougher regional content requirements could enter the U.S, duty-free..

Vehicles within the cap that fail to comply with the new, tougher content rules would be subject to a 2.5 percent tariff, the sources said. In 2017, nearly 1.8 million cars and SUVs were exported from Mexico to the United States. The sources did not want to be identified because the details of the agreement have not been officially released. U.S. officials have said the agreement is aimed at pulling more auto industry jobs into the United States and Mexico. Terms of the deal are not final, and could change depending on the outcome of negotiations between the United States and Canada, as well as other factors.

Duty-free auto parts exports from Mexico to the United States could be bronze roll print fern cufflinks capped at $90 billion a year under the agreement, said Ann Wilson, senior vice president of government affairs at the Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association, The figure exceeds current levels, but parts shipments above that quota could be subject to 232 tariffs, Wilson said, Mexican pickup trucks that do not comply with regional content quotas already pay a 25 percent duty, It was not clear whether they could also be subject to an additional quota..

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