Japanese carmakers still search for more U.S. vehicle content

Chappell, Lindsay
May 1999
Automotive News;5/24/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5820, p8n-j
Trade Publication
Reports on the efforts of the Japanese Export Trade Organization (JETRO) in encouraging Japanese carmakers to incorporate more United States materials in their vehicles. Imbalance in United States-Japanese automobile parts trade; Total United States parts purchases by Japanese carmakers.


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