Tire makers stay abreast of government action

Moore, Miles
April 2008
Rubber & Plastics News;4/7/2008, Vol. 37 Issue 18, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that Tracey Norberg, senior vice president and deputy general counsel for the Rubber Manufacturers Association, says that the tire industry need to play a proactive role in government issues and establishing working relationships with government officials. Norberg says that despite the continuing work on TREAD Act implementation, all the major rulemakings emanating from that law have been largely completed, at a cost of about $1.5 billion.


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