The U.S. Dept. of Commerce is organizing an Automotive Parts and Services Trade Mission to the Eastern European countries of Hungary and Poland, with an additional spin-off to Slovakia, slated for March 17-21. Commerce says the best opportunities for American auto makers to break into the region include the areas of repair and diagnostic equipment, glass work and shock absorber services, hand tools, electronic measuring equipment, lifting equipment, electronic engine control and turning ...
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