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President Trump threatened to make Mexican immigration control a condition of a new NAFTA agreement, saying the southern neighbor must stop illegal immigrants from getting into the United States.
Dealerships' average net profit was more than 15 times the size of total operating profit last year, showing just how much they rely on automaker incentives.
The EPA formally published in the Federal Register its decision to overturn the Obama administration's vehicle fuel efficiency standards.
A look at new fixed ops products and software that made their debut at last month's National Automobile Dealers Association show in Las Vegas
Senior ministers from the three NAFTA countries are gathering in Washington amid growing signs of optimism that they could find common ground on the toughest issues.
President Donald Trump said the United States may reach a deal soon on a revamped NAFTA while playing down expectations the announcement will come next week at a regional summit in Peru.
At last month's NADA Show, it was often the dealers who were pitching themselves to Guangzhou Automobile Group, and not the other way around.
Trade negotiators for the United States floated a plan under reworked NAFTA rules stipulating a certain amount of auto production must be carried out in areas with higher salaries, Reuters reported.
Parties, receptions and awards ceremonies offer opportunities to make new acquaintances, renew old ones and celebrate dealers' accomplishments at the NADA convention.
Brian Smith, COO of Hyundai Motor America, said it's likely that the Genesis brand will expand its store count in the future.
Volkswagen dealers continue to struggle with profitability as they climb back from the diesel emissions crisis and the subsequent buyback and repair of hundreds of thousands of vehicles.
Dealers were also given a sneak peek at Toyota and Lexus products that aren't being shared with the public yet.
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