Business: Motor Quotas?

In Paris last week gathered motormakers from all parts of Europe. Great secrecy shrouded their conclave, solemn pledges of silence were taken. But the purpose of the meeting was neither unknown nor new. For several years European manufacturers have considered limiting Europe's imports of U. S. cars but have never been able to agree on the means. Never has there been the necessary government support for the movement until the new, higher U. S. Tariff evoked talk of reprisals throughout Europe, direct reprisals in Italy and France. Last week's meeting found the...

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