Chattanooga, Tennessee — — The Federal Trade Commission has issued a new notice to companies looking to hire more than 10,000 jobs, warning that the Federal Government will not support them and that many jobs will not be created.
The notice comes as the U, U.K., U.A.E. and U.N. agencies continue to struggle with the fallout from Brexit, with the U .
K. and the U., the United States and Australia also having announced they would not participate in the trade agreement, and Trump has been trying to strike a deal.
“As the trade negotiation progresses, it is important to keep in mind the impact that these new jobs could have on the United Kingdom, which is already a significant contributor to the European Union, and the United Nations,” said Jessica Richman, director of the Office of Public Affairs at the FTC.
“These new jobs are a significant and potentially significant economic driver, which could have a significant impact on the UK economy, its people and its businesses.
They will not create jobs.”
Included in the notice are some 2,600 U.k. and 6,500 U.a.e. positions, including 2,200 jobs at the port of Southampton in southwest England, as well as a few hundred U.s. and a few thousand U.o.s jobs.
The notice also includes an estimated total of 6,700 jobs at three regional airports in Georgia, the Carolinas and South Carolina.
The Federal Reserve also said in a statement that it has already approved the $1.1 trillion U.n. trade deal, which it is now reviewing.
“We are reviewing the agreement, as it pertains to our ability to support our businesses,” Fed Chair Janet Yellen said.
“While we continue to seek an agreement that reflects the strengths and values of our economy, we recognize that this will require the full support of the United Sates and the European nations.”
In an interview with CNN, Yellen also said that the new agreement could create a significant financial boost for the U , but added that it will be the responsibility of the U of A to decide how to pay for it.
The FTC’s notice follows a series of reports that the U and the other three U. nations have been forced to cut millions of jobs and reduce their foreign trade to avoid a trade war with the United states.
The European Union’s trade commissioner, Neelie Kroes, said Friday that it would take six years to negotiate a new trade deal with the 28 nations, which she said is “unprecedented.”
She added that “this is a real challenge for our governments.
It is not a challenge for us.”
The U. of A has been considering the possibility of joining the U nilateral trade agreement with the EU since at least 2015, but the negotiations stalled in 2018.
Kroes said Friday she had spoken to EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht, but said they had not yet come to a consensus.
She said the U was looking to take advantage of the agreement.
“I have talked to a lot of people, I have seen the draft, I understand how it works,” Kroes told CNN.
“But I think that the process of negotiating a trade deal in Europe is a long one, it takes six years.
We have to make sure that the EU is taking advantage of that process.”
The agency noted that many of the jobs being lost will be part of the next wave of construction in the U-K., as the port’s redevelopment plans are moving ahead.
“The U of K is the hub of the shipping industry in the world and the largest container terminal in Europe, and this means jobs will be impacted as we continue our development efforts,” the FTC said.