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AAPC stands for American Automotive Policy Council (trade association)

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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.
The American Automotive Policy Council - which represents General Motors, Ford and Chrysler - noted that Japanese automakers sold nearly half the vehicles purchased in the United States this year with the three billion dollars cash for clunkers program.
The American Automotive Policy Council - which represents General Motors, Ford and Chrysler - noted that Japanese automakers sold nearly half the vehicles purchased in the United States this year with the three billion dollars cash for clunkers program.
The American Automotive Policy Council -- which represents General Motors, Ford and Chrysler -- has complained with US trade officials that the Japanese program, set to be renewed, is protectionist as it excludes US imports.
WASHINGTON -- The American Automotive Policy Council (AAPC) - representing Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Company and General Motors Company - strongly objects to the Japan Auto Manufacturers Association's (JAMA) plea to the Japan Government this week to intervene in foreign exchange markets to artificially weaken the Yen.
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.