PARIS – For the first time ever, supplier organizations from Japan, Europe and North America have joined together to take common stands on global issues such as safety rules. Armand Batteux About 30 members of the Japan Auto Parts Industry Assn. (JAPIA), European Assn. of Automotive Suppliers (CLEPA) and Motor Equipment Manufacturers Assn. (MEMA) groups met Sept. 27 at the Hotel Hilton near the Paris Charles De Gaulle airport, where they agreed on a memorandum of understanding, ...

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