Concerns within the European auto industry about the trade deal initialed last October between the European Union and South Korea finally are being addressed. The European Parliament’s international-trade committee has given its approval to draft legislation that allows the swift reintroduction of trade barriers if the pact creates a surge in cars, as well as other Korean-import goods. Such trade barriers would be triggered by a bureaucratic procedure called a “special safeguard ...
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