U.S. automakers urge congressional response to falling yen

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WASHINGTON, May 9 (Reuters) - U.S. automakers called on Congress to take action in response to the falling value of the Japanese yen, which they said has hurt their exports and was a good reason to keep Japan out of a proposed U.S.-led free trade pact. "It's time for U.S. lawmakers to say they have had enough," American Automotive Policy Council President Matt Blunt said in a statement on Thursday, as the dollar rose to its highest value in over four years, blasting through ...

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