Ford Motor Co. of Australia Ltd. is calling on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to address non-tariff barriers to vehicle imports. Ford Australia President Bill Osborne says he wants a level playing field with ASEAN members, including dispute-resolution mechanisms to deal with non-tariff issues. Many ASEAN members have tariffs related to engine capacities that raise the cost of cars with bigger engines, impacting fullsize-vehicle makers such as Ford Australia. “We know from ...

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