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STATEMENT BY GENERAL DIRECTOR OF JAMA WASHINGTON

 WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) issued the following statement by William C. Duncan, general director, JAMA Washington:
 Today's announcement by AAMA that the Big Three will not pursue a dumping case against the Japanese automakers is a continuation of their pattern of threat, withdrawal and defeat regarding dumping allegations. Unsubstantiated shouts of indignation by AAMA over the marketing practices of JAMA member companies either in the U.S. or Japan run counter to the spirit of international cooperation and undermine the interests of U.S. consumers.
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 /CONTACT: John Kiker for the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, 202-342-7000/


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