WASHINGTON, Feb 17 (Reuters) - The Big Three U.S. automakers are worried about the harm possible free trade agreements with Thailand and South Korea could do to their industry in the United States, the head of the carmakers' trade council said on Friday. Stephen Collins told a hearing set up by U.S. Senate Democrats that Japanese automakers had essentially moved their entire production of pickup trucks from Japan to Thailand. "This means that when the U.S. sits down with their Thai ...
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