USTR lists 10 nontariff auto barriers

USTR lists 10 nontariff auto barriers

Tōkyō : Japan | May 12, 2012 at 11:39 AM PDT
Source: Japan Times
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Trade Representative has identified about 10 nontariff barriers that are hindering American participation in Japan's automobile market, according to U.S. trade sources. If Washington formally presents a list of the barriers to Tokyo, the government will likely have to address them because the... FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Times
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