Auto makers are pushing for additional changes to the controversial European Union-South Korea free-trade agreement when it is placed before the European Parliament for ratification next month. An earlier trade deal between the two regions fell through last year. Sigrid de Vries, a spokeswoman for the European vehicle manufacturers association, the ACEA, tells Ward’s the group wants the deal’s language revised to better help the region’s auto sector. The ACEA’s effort follows the ...

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