DETROIT -- The 1,000 member Canadian Association of Japanese Automobile Dealers (CAJAD) will be dismantled after 20 years of lobbying for equality. CAJAD, formed in 1982, successfully joined lobby efforts to end what it felt were unfair automotive import restrictions, reduce auto and parts tariffs from 12.8% to 6.1% and include Japanese auto sector representatives in automotive public policy discussions. Its research was used in World Trade Organization proceedings that led to the end of ...

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