LETTER TO THE EDITOR
China’s EV shift may worsen the air
Your Aug. 21 editorial may be accurate but incomplete in describing how Chinese ownership of FCA can “lead 1.5 billion people or more toward a zero-emission future.” Really?
China auto bid could hit a U.S. wall
If a Chinese buyer emerges for all or part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, it could face heightened scrutiny by U.S. security officials. That hurdle has increased under a Trump administration that has promoted economic nationalism and criticized China's trade policies.
European castoffs thrive in China
China's appetite for European brands and SUVs is turning out to be the perfect recipe for Borgward, the revived German automaker backed by Beiqi Foton Motor Co.
China on rise in auto world order
Automakers everywhere are obsessed with the future, but one fact they must consider above all is the ascendancy of China.
Ford to set up JV in China to make all-electric vehicles
Ford is preparing to set up a joint venture with Chinese automaker Anhui Zotye Automobile to manufacture all-electric vehicles for that market.
China's Great Wall sets sights on Jeep
China's Great Wall Motor is interested in buying the Jeep brand and has reached out to Fiat Chrysler to see whether a deal can be negotiated. FCA said Monday it had not been approached by Great Wall in connection with the Jeep brand or any other matter relating to its business.
Chinese could turn FCA into a leader
The Chinese may have what it takes to vault FCA forward after decades of stagnation: money and the vision to know what to do with it.
Honda's name game in China
Just as Honda produces U.S.-focused vehicles such as the Ridgeline pickup, it makes a slew of nameplates for China that are rarely seen elsewhere.
In China, a new chance for Acura
Acura is finally getting serious about international expansion with an eye to the world's biggest auto market.
Selling cars from the auto show floor
Regional auto shows in China are raucous affairs where manufacturers, dealers and customers come to not only look at cars but to buy and sell them.
China eclipses U.S. in Honda's world view
Honda's rapidly expanding footprint in China spotlights how the world's biggest auto market is pulling focus and resources away from the United States. The Japanese automaker is setting priorities in everything from production to product development.
Canada pushes back as NAFTA talks heat up
The Canadians may be characteristically polite as they carry out negotiations to amend NAFTA, but apparently they won't be pushovers.
Mazda profit falls 24% as automaker dials back U.S. fleet sales
Profits tumbled at Mazda in the latest quarter as the car-heavy brand found itself on the wrong end of a light-truck hungry public in the U.S.
Rhetoric yields to reality ahead of NAFTA talks
The reality of NAFTA after 23 years of integration is that no single country can dictate new terms for the deal, because all have much to lose, from manufacturing in Mexico and agricultural exports in the U.S. Midwest to dairy products and lumber streaming out of Canada.
Autos loom large in U.S.-Korea trade talks
The Trump administration is attempting to rewrite the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, much as it is doing through other means with NAFTA.
Cooper-Standard expects to double China sales in 4 years
Cooper-Standard expects to double China revenues by 2021 by expanding output of sealing, fuel system and anti-vibration components to meet rising auto production, CEO Jeffrey Edwards said.
China's Baidu faces probe after CEO tests driverless car on public roads
Baidu, China's biggest search engine provider, is under investigation to determine whether it broke any laws after its CEO tested a driverless car on public roads.