There is much work to be done to disarm trade barriers impeding auto exports from the European Union into the U.S., a new European Commission report claims. The “U.S. Barriers to Trade and Investment Report” says there are three areas of U.S. legislation that give North American auto makers unfair advantage over their European rivals: the American Automobile Labeling Act, corporate average fuel economy standards and the so-called “Gas Guzzler Tax.” The study criticizes the AALA because ...
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