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AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURER'S ASSOCIATION ISSUES STATEMENT ON GORE-PEROT NAFTA DEBATE

 WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement from American Automobile Manufacturer's Association (AAMA) President Andrew H. Card in response to tonight's Vice President Al Gore/Ross Perot debate on NAFTA:
 Mexico's trade rules virtually freeze out U.S.-made cars. Without NAFTA, the incentive is to invest in jobs in Mexico. With NAFTA, the incentive is to keep jobs here. Mr. Perot offered no plan to keep and create jobs for America and American autoworkers. If he had a plan, he would have told America. But, he didn't.
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 /CONTACT: Jason Vines of AAMA, 202-775-2738/
 (C F GM)


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