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The American Automotive Policy Council, which represents General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler, said countries signing the Pacific trade pact should commit to not manipulating their exchange rates to gain an unfair competitive advantage.
The speakers, among others were, Matt Blunt, President of American Automotive Policy Council (AAPC), who discussed about Advanced Auto Technology Development and Facilitation; Mr.
It is more important than ever to recognize people who think and act regionally to help revitalize metro Detroit and make it more globally competitive," said Debbie Dingell, chairperson, Metropolitan Affairs Coalition; President, D2 Strategies; and Chair, Manufacturing Initiative, American Automotive Policy Council.
Our companies' quality performance has consistently improved throughout the last decade and this is one more piece of evidence that shows we make the world's best cars," American Automotive Policy Council President Stephen Collins said.
WASHINGTON -- The American Automotive Policy Council - on behalf of Chrysler Group, LLC, Ford Motor Company and General Motors Company - announced its support for proposals in Congress to end an array of discriminatory taxes imposed by different states on consumers who need or chose to rent cars and trucks.
WASHINGTON -- The American Automotive Policy Council (AAPC) today announced the launch of its new website, www.
WASHINGTON -- The American Automotive Policy Council issued the following statement today: