The President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Korea will meet with U.S. trade representatives in Washington this week to discuss Korean automotive trade barriers the Chamber says don't exist. Chamber President Jeff Jones says U.S. automakers have complained bitterly about unfair Korean import tariffs that render their cars uncompetitive, but there are no such barriers. He says the new car import tariff in Korea is 8.5%, adding it's 10% in Europe. The real barrier to imported cars ...
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