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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 15, 1980-Page 15
Carter asks for looser auto-credit policy

WASHINGTON (UPI) - President
Carter told top auto executives yester-
day he has asked his economic advisers
to come up with a plan to help both the
slumping industry and its customers
overcome current tight credit policies.
Carter also said the United States will
not abandon the small-car market to
the Japanese, but he said he did not
favor trade restrictions as a way to cut
off the tide of small-car imports, accor-
ding to participants.
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members met for almost two hours
with the auto chiefs and United Auto
Workers President Douglas Fraser,
who was elected Tuesday to the board
of Chrysler Corp., to discuss industry-
wide problems, ranging from unem-
ployment topping 275,000 to the import
issue.
"All of us share a deep concern and
common commitment to successfully
address ... the problems of the auto
industry in the United States," Carter
said before the meeting began. "There

are no easy, solutions, no magic an-
swers to this question."
Afterwards, Transportation
Secretary Neil Goldschmidt said
Federal Reserve Chairman Paul
Volcker is already calling member
federal reserve banks to determine how
banks are treating credit requests from
both auto dealers and customers in-
terested in buying new cars. He said
Carter expected to have a plan from his
advisers in about two weeks.

Protection Agency chief Douglas Costle
is reviewing regulations affecting the
industry to determine whether any
changes are possible without
sacrificing safety or environmental
concerns.
Goldschmidt also said Carter told the
automakers that he will make it clear to
the Japanese that the U.S. will fight for
the small-car market.
"The United States intends to have a
See CARTER, Page 16

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