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The renegotiation of NAFTA initiated by the Trump administration last year was an opportunity to make needed changes. And yet all sides come away with nothing -- less than nothing, actually.
People are erring and dying, and the auto industry can't disavow this risk any more than it could avoid fitting vehicles with seat belts and shatterproof glass.
As they meet with Honda's new U.S. executive team this weekend, dealers will likely seek help from the factory to move the redesigned Honda Accord, the venerable and critically acclaimed midsize sedan that no one seems eager to buy these days.
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