WASHINGTON – Dealers who sell foreign brands are adding more jobs in the U.S. than at any time in history, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Chief Operating Officer James E. Press tells attendees of the American International Automobile Dealers Assn. Automotive Congress here. James E. Press Despite that, Press warns, some detractors see foreign-brand dealers as a threat and are sending signals that could result in restrictions on free trade. “The rules have changed in the global ...
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