A new, detailed European Commission report puts a spotlight on the number of trade barriers cropping up as individual countries look to protect their domestic auto industries in the face of the global recession. Brussels fears the restriction on the flow of vehicles and automotive parts designed to help vulnerable businesses survive could end up causing long-term damage to European auto makers. The EC says that without a Doha Development Round deal at the World Trade Organization, ...
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