BRUSSELS, Jan 7 (Reuters) - Carmakers showing off their latest models at the Brussels motor show later this month have been told to refrain from using scantily dressed women to promote their wares. Reports of lewd behaviour by some male visitors at last year's event prompted Belgium's equal opportunities minister Joelle Milquet to write to the organisers. She criticised the use of women in body-hugging outfits for advertising purposes. "A motor ...
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