It's not often an automaker will ask a government to apply tariffs on imports. But that's the position General Motors Corp. is taking in Canada, where status of the Auto Pact — a 34-year-old trade deal with the U.S. — is being threatened. Earlier this year the World Trade Organization issued a preliminary finding that the Auto Pact discriminates against certain companies and countries, thereby violating WTO rules. A final ruling could come as early as this month, but isn't likely before ...
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