BRUSSELS – Japan has been delivering sufficient concessions in automotive-related negotiations over a free-trade agreement with the European Union to ensure the talks continue, EU Trade Commissioner Karel de Gucht says. Since negotiations opened in March 2013, Japan has agreed to adopt “the large majority of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe regulations as such,” de Gucht tells WardsAuto. Europe follows these international vehicle regulations to the letter ...

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