BRUSSELS – Auto makers and parts manufacturers on both sides of the Atlantic welcome negotiations to forge a comprehensive free-trade agreement between the U.S. and the European Union (EU). “An eventual EU-U.S. trade deal will promote production in both economies,“ says Ivan Hodac, secretary general of the ACEA, the European auto makers’ group. “It would also improve cooperation on such pressing issues such as climate change and regulatory ...

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