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AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION ISSUES STATEMENT ON MEETING BETWEEN CLINTON AND JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER

 WASHINGTON, April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Thomas H. Hanna, president and chief executive officer of the American Automobile Manufacturers Association, issued the following statement on today's meeting between President Clinton and Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa:
 We commend President Clinton for stressing that the chronic and growing U.S. trade deficit with Japan must be reduced, and that Japan must open its market to American high-tech manufactured products, including autos and auto parts.
 We believe, as the president does, that the trade deficit will only be reduced significantly by a results-oriented plan. We hope the agreement reached by the president and the prime minister to cooperatively develop a plan, focusing on specific sectors and structural problems, will achieve measurable results.
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 /CONTACT: Gene McKinney or Ed Lewis of the American Automobile Manufacturers Association, 202-775-2716/


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