The U.S. government is pressing for the removal of non-tariff barriers impeding the global sale of automobiles and parts, in the run-up to the World Trade Organization’s Hong Kong Ministerial Conference in December. A detailed memorandum obtained by Ward’s reveals that Washington believes barriers – from trade quotas to national technical specifications – “increasingly act to limit market access in international automotive trade.” This is a problem given that the government views “the ...

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