UPDATE: U.S. Examining Stricter Enforcement of Environmental Rules on Imported Vehicles - WSJ
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(Updated - April 6, 2018 2:16 PM EDT)
The Trump administration is pursuing ways to protect domestic vehicle manufacturing by forcing imported cars to meet stricter environmental rules when entering the country, according the Wall Street Journal, citing senior administration industry officials. The move would make imports more expensive.
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