Japan automakers halt China shipments

Young, Edward
July 2001
Automotive News;7/2/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5937, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on Japan automobile manufacturers' halting of exports to China in June 2001. Spread of trade dispute over mushrooms to vehicles, air conditioners and mobile phones; China's slapping of 1005 tariffs on the Japanese products; Response to Japan's curbing of Chinese farm imports, including mushrooms.


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