New Content Rules Delayed to Next June

Stoffer, Harry
August 1999
Automotive News;8/2/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5831, p62
Trade Publication
Reports on the delay of the date of effectivity of congressionally approved changed in domestic-content labels on new cars and trucks to June 1, 2000. Move as a response to widespread industry dissatisfaction with labeling requirements; Elimination of the roll-down provision.


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