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Trump to buy $10 billion in JVC equipment

The Trump administration on Thursday announced a $10.5 billion investment in JVAC, a new technology provider that is already part of the President’s plan to revive manufacturing in the United States.

The announcement came a day after Trump and company announced plans to sell about a million of its new, more affordable JVANS, or Jeeps, in a bid to boost the country’s manufacturing sector.

The $10,000 JVans are expected to have a lifespan of 30 years.

Trump, who has repeatedly said he wants to “make America great again,” will spend $50 million on the JVAN project and other infrastructure projects that will help revive manufacturing, the White House said.

The announcement is part of Trump’s broader plan to revitalize the U.S. manufacturing sector that includes creating up to 1 million jobs in an infrastructure-focused effort.

“We need new ideas to boost our businesses and our economy,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said.

“The JVAAV program will bring new ideas and new jobs to communities across America.”JVAC is a joint venture between JVSA, JVH, JVC and JVAG, a division of Johnson & Johnson.

The JVAs are smaller versions of the bigger JVCAV.

The company specializes in providing a platform for small businesses to sell products directly to customers.

The company has more than 20,000 customers in more than 150 countries, and it is one of the fastest-growing suppliers of home automation equipment in the U, according to JVBAK.JVAAVs are made by JVHS, the same company that makes the small home automation systems that make the devices that make up JVDAV and JVAH.JVC has more direct business ties to the U S. than any other U. S. company.

JVMAV has more sales than any of the other U S.-based companies, according a report from market research firm IHS Markit.