Jun 23, 2014: Automotive Regulatory Harmonization

A concerted effort is needed to open the U.S. regulatory process for motor vehicle safety and environmental performance to greater domestic and international collaboration, Kenneth E. Feith, Daniel P. Malone and John F. Creamer say in this BNA Insight. The authors, experts in trade and regulatory policy, offer eight recommendations to "ensure America retains its leadership in the promotion of motor vehicle safety and environmental performance at home and abroad."

Butzel Long attorney Daniel P. Malone, Kenneth E. Feith, and John F. Creamer, GlobalAutoRegs.com, discuss the need to open the U.S. regulatory process for motor vehicle safety and environmental performance to greater domestic and international collaboration in this BNA Insight. The authors, experts in trade and regulatory policy, offer eight recommendations to "ensure America retains its leadership in the promotion of motor vehicle safety and environmental performance at home and abroad."

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06.23.2014 - Article: Auto Harmonization.pdf