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Ford hopes to set up a bank in Germany in the second half after applying for a license in the country as part of its strategy to mitigate any risk from the UK leaving the EU.
Do auto retailers befuddled by the Military Lending Act clarification now have the ear of the White House? Pennsylvania dealer Corina Straub Diehl thinks so.
The Trump administration is once again signaling trade talks are going better with Mexico than Canada.
Deputy Administrator Heidi King is scheduled to testify at a House oversight hearing Wednesday on how NHTSA is doing regulating auto safety, and on its priorities for the coming year.
Top European executives from Nissan, Honda and Toyota were among representatives from Japanese businesses who voiced concerns over Brexit to U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
The United States is pushing for a breakthrough on its touchiest NAFTA proposals within a month, underscoring a fragile mood of optimism after Canada and Mexico came forward with fresh ideas.
The United States, Canada and Mexico said they've made some progress in the latest round of NAFTA talks, while America's trade chief warned he'd like negotiations to speed up.
Canadian auto officials are cautiously optimistic that progress can be made on NAFTA's automotive rules of origin, a key provision that has been a stumbling block during renegotiation of the pact.
U.S. and Mexican unions formally complained that Mexico continues to violate NAFTA's weak labor standards, a move that they hope will persuade American negotiators to push for stronger rules.
Canada's foreign minister and Mexico's economy minister struck an upbeat note on the outlook for NAFTA talks with the United States, saying they agreed the deal needed modernizing.
Ford will disclose details later this year of its investment shift to SUVs and crossovers. To become leaner and boost margins, Ford has said it will scale back its passenger car lineup.
Autonomous vehicle legislation is being held up in the Senate by the safety concerns of several Democrats and problems scheduling a vote.
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