* Ford Motor Co paid for study * Job losses could be greater if yen depreciates significantly * USTR says pressing Japan on auto market barriers By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Aug 21 (Reuters) - A study released on Tuesday warned the United States could lose 2,600 auto industry jobs and thousands more in the broader economy if Japan is allowed to join a proposed free trade pact at the center of President Barack Obama's trade agenda. ...
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