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September 8, 1992
The Point Mugu Naval Base is only going to work nine days every two weeks instead of 10 days in order to meet a rule by the Ventura County Air Pollution Control District. The county transportation specialist says this will definitely help lessen Ventura County air pollution. Who is kidding whom? Instead of 5,379 civilians and sailors making one round trip to Point Mugu on the 10th day, they will now be free to drive their cars all day. MARVIN O. MILLER Oxnard
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March 27, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Japan, EU Reach Car Import Agreement: Japan and the European Union reached an accord that lowers the ceiling on Japanese auto exports to Europe this year. The agreement cuts the maximum number of exports by 5,000 cars, or about 0.5%, from the previous year to 1,066,000 vehicles. In 1995, the two sides increased the quota by 11.28%.
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March 27, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Japan, EU Reach Car Import Agreement: Japan and the European Union reached an accord that lowers the ceiling on Japanese auto exports to Europe this year. The agreement cuts the maximum number of exports by 5,000 cars, or about 0.5%, from the previous year to 1,066,000 vehicles. In 1995, the two sides increased the quota by 11.28%.
BUSINESS
September 8, 1992
The Point Mugu Naval Base is only going to work nine days every two weeks instead of 10 days in order to meet a rule by the Ventura County Air Pollution Control District. The county transportation specialist says this will definitely help lessen Ventura County air pollution. Who is kidding whom? Instead of 5,379 civilians and sailors making one round trip to Point Mugu on the 10th day, they will now be free to drive their cars all day. MARVIN O. MILLER Oxnard
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January 20, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Japan announced the first fall in its annual trade surplus in five years Tuesday, but the nation's surplus with the United States for all of 1987 and for the month of December rose, Finance Ministry figures show. In fact, the overall trade surplus decline was due mostly to a rise in the price of oil--Japan's biggest import item--rather than a surge of imports from its major trading partners.
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January 20, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Japan announced the first fall in its annual trade surplus in five years Tuesday, but the nation's surplus with the United States for all of 1987 and for the month of December rose, Finance Ministry figures show. In fact, the overall trade surplus decline was due mostly to a rise in the price of oil--Japan's biggest import item--rather than a surge of imports from its major trading partners.
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