Japanese factories get fewer U.S. parts

Treece, James B.
August 1999
Automotive News;8/16/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5833, p17
Trade Publication
Reports on the decline in United States-made automobile parts imported into Japan as of March 1999. Rise in parts purchases from European suppliers; Total amount of parts for four-wheel vehicles imported into Japan for use in factories.


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