DEARBORN – New rules that provide market access in North America in exchange for access to closed Asian markets are necessary to save the North American auto industry, says Buzz Hargrove, president of the Canadian Auto Workers union. “Last year was one of the best for vehicle sales in North America, yet we are in the midst of an auto industry crisis,” Hargrove says at the Automotive News World Congress here. “No amount of chasing hot products, pushing ever further on productivity or the ...
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