BRUSSELS – European automakers are encouraged by the European Commission’s position on mutual recognition of automotive technical standards with the U.S. ahead of the fifth round of negotiations toward a free-trade agreement taking place this week in Washington. The EC, which leads the negotiations for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership with the U.S. on behalf of the 28 European Union member countries, says in a document published May 14 that it would like to work ...

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