PARIS – World trade in automotive products rose 15% last year to $764 billion, the World Trade Organization says. Figures released by the organization demonstrate the clear movement of the automobile industry towards developing countries. East European countries that joined the European Union May 1 figure strongly in the list of places where the automobile has become significantly more important to exports since 1995. Among the 11 countries whose automotive exports more than doubled ...

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