BRUSSELS – A free-trade deal struck between the European Union and Ecuador should benefit automakers by increasing market access in the South American country, the European manufacturers say. ACEA welcomes Ecuador’s inclusion into the Andean free-trade agreement previously concluded by the EU with Peru and Colombia. Ecuador will phase out its current 35% to 40% tariff on automobiles over the next seven years, eventually allowing European automakers to export to the country ...

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