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Automotive group sees NAFTA renegotiation as opportunity to address cybersecurity

August 10, 2017 |
Joshua Higgins
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The Association of Global Automakers is touting the upcoming renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement as an opportunity to modernize trade among North American countries and address cybersecurity and privacy concerns.

During a Wednesday policy breakfast on NAFTA hosted by the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association, John Bozzella, CEO of Global Automakers, said NAFTA renegotiations, which begin on Aug. 16, need to address 21st century data flows and related issues. Global Automakers represents international car manufacturers that build...


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