5 edition of A Review of recent developments in the U.S. automobile industry including an assessment of the Japanese voluntary restraint agreements found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.Cover title.Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche.February 1985.Item 980-E (microfiche)
|Statement||U.S. International Trade Commission|
|Publishers||U.S. International Trade Commission|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|3||USITC publication ;|
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Besides the Mercedes Benz M-Class plant in Vance, Honda has opened a minivan and engine plant in Lincoln, where it is planning to more than double employment in the near future.
The two largest are the parts manufacturing spinoffs from formerly integrated Big Three companies Delphi from GM, Visteon from Ford.
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Accordingly, the GATT sought to ensure that the trade rules and benefits applied equally to all members. It is worth explaining each concept in detail. Department of Commerce and Motor Equipment Manufacturers Association, 1990 under the threat of tougher U.
This subject could again become a legislative issue in the 109th Congress.
We looked forward to the early establishment and operationalisation of the ASEAN Coordinating Centre for Animal Health and Zoonoses ACCAHZ to provide a comprehensive, integrated, and concerted regional approach that will coordinate national approaches in animal health and zoonoses measures.
The first major public proposal aimed at alleviating the problem came in early spring, 1980, when the UAW urged the major Japanese auto producers to build assembly plants in the United States in lieu of continued exclusive reliance on exports.
The effects on third countries of the simultaneous reduction in technical barriers as well as barriers to investment and trade in services are more difficult to assess because they are less transparent.