Export Controls: Clinton Draws A Line In The SandJohn Carey
It was a barrier tough enough to stop a Mack truck. In 1992, the government blocked exports of U.S.-made trucks to Iran to prevent possible military use. The real loser, however, wasn't the Tehran regime, which bought its trucks from Europe and Japan instead, but American manufacturers that have been frozen out of a $1 billion-a-year market.
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