The Nation

General Motors Corp. said it has changed its position and is calling on Japan to cut car exports to the United States when voluntary restraints that limit them to 2.3 million cars a year expire at the end of March. GM has been the only one of the nation's top auto makers to favor lifting the restraints on Japanese car imports. "We haven't got fair trade," GM Chairman Roger B. Smith told Automotive News, an industry publication. "The Japanese haven't done anything to open up their borders."

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