One of the world’s biggest suppliers of assembly and fastening materials, Germany’s Würth Group, will not invest any more in the United States while President Donald Trump is in power, the patriarch of the Würth family has said. Reinhold Würth, popularly known in Germany as the “Screw King,” told the Sunday newspaper Bild am Sonntag that he had “made sure we are no longer investing in the U.S. at the moment.” “We make 14% of our annual sales there—€1.8 billion [$2.1 billion]—but I do not want to increase our engagement in America any further,” he said, explaining how he still made his presence felt at the privately-held company at the age of 83. Würth said his reticence about further investment was based on the “general, uncertain political situation” in the U.S. “I said, we’ll wait and see if President Trump is re-elected in four years,” he told the paper. “Würth returns when he goes.” *NM*