The UK Bible Students Website
From Ross Mark: Washington, Wednesday
‘In a Note sent to the traffic agency today the British Embassy said the enforcement of safety standards which handicapped the sale of British cars “would do considerable damage to trading relations between the two countries.”
‘Article 3C of GATT forbids member nations to apply “regulations and requirements affecting the internal sale, offering for sale and purchase . . . of products . . . so as to afford protection to domestic production.” . .
‘The Note said: “Some of the standards are not reasonable, practicable, and appropriate for certain of the particular types of motor vehicles or equipment.” They were particularly hard on small models. . . .’