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Trans-Pacific Partnership

Dec 16 2013
Written by Damian and Siobhan Hughes | Posted on The Wall Street Journal

House and Senate negotiators have reached agreement on legislation to speed congressional approval of foreign trade pacts, including a major Asia-Pacific agreement the administration hopes to complete early next year.

The Trade Promotion Authority legislation, also known as "fast-track," would include language directing trade negotiators to consider currency issues as a "negotiating objective" in future trade talks, according to people familiar with the deal. The language is an attempt to...
 

Dec 16 2013
Written by David Shepardson | Posted on The Detroit News

Two key senators said Friday they want Congress to include provisions discouraging currency manipulation in legislation on fast-track authority on free trade agreements.

Sens Carl Levin, D-Detroit, and Rob Portman, R-Ohio, co-chairs of the Senate Auto Caucus, want Congress to include strong, enforceable currency provisions in the forthcoming Trade Promotion Authority bill, which will give the administration fast-track authority to negotiate trade deals and get up or down votes.

Dec 13 2013

Transatlantic Auto Industry Pushes for Progress on EU/US Trade Deal

Dec 10 2013

AAPC Statement on Trans-Pacific Partnership Discussions in Singapore

Washington, D.C. - American Automotive Policy Council President Matt Blunt today issued the following statement at the conclusion of the latest round of Trans-Pacific Partnership discussions in Singapore:

Dec 04 2013
Written by Adam Behsudi | Posted on Politico Pro

South Korea’s interest in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership is yet another reason why a final trade pact should include strong, enforceable rules prohibiting currency manipulation, say American automakers.

“The Korean government has intervened frequently in the foreign exchange markets to manage the value of the won to gain or retain a competitive advantage,” American Automotive Policy Council President Matt Blunt says in a statement released today.

The AAPC represents the interests of the “big three” — Ford, Chrysler and General Motors.

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