Trade deal must protect auto sector: USW
Sep 12, 2012 | 03:50 PM
| Catherine Ngai
WASHINGTON What could become one of the largest free-trade agreements to date likely would hurt the U.S. auto sectors supply chain unless clearly defined sourcing rules are established, counsel for the United Steelworkers union said Wednesday.
Linda Andros, legislative counsel for the USW and representative for the AFL-CIO, told the U.S. International Trade Commission that as U.S. officials negotiate the terms of a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), proper guidelines must be outlined for how trade will be conducted in the automotive sector, especially how much domestic sourcing an automaker must use.....
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