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.
U.S. cars a tough sell in S. Korea even as Trump targets trade
Imports from the Detroit 3 must become more chic, affordable or fuel-efficient to reap the rewards of President Trump's attempts to renegotiate a trade deal with South Korea, officials and industry experts in Seoul say.
U.S. Trade Rep Lighthizer 'troubled' by Ford's China move
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said he was concerned about Ford's announcement that it will move some production of its Focus small car to China and import the vehicles to the U.S.
More automakers put CES Asia on itinerary
Global carmakers are beating a path to CES Asia, the Chinese version of the show that has been working for them in Las Vegas.
Mexico fines shipping companies over auto transport collusion
Seven shipping companies operating in Mexico have been fined for causing a rise in prices after colluding on routes in the auto transport services market.
GM quits, but India remains a battleground
GM's pessimism about India reflects its own missteps there rather than the market's prospects. Competitors are racing in.
BMW sees China easing JV rules soon
BMW is poised to take advantage of any loosening in China's restrictions on foreign ownership in its automotive sector.
China agrees to adjust pace of EV quotas, Daimler says
The Chinese government had proposed that EV or plug-in hybrids account for 8 percent of automakers' sales by 2018, sparking protests from domestic and international automakers.
Trade anxiety rising among suppliers
Supplier executives say uncertainty about trade policy is making it difficult to make decisions about their manufacturing needs.
Detroit 3 to skip connected car-themed Tokyo show
This year's Tokyo Motor Show is positioning itself as a connected car showcase of trends "beyond the motor," but the futuristic theme isn't enough to draw the Detroit 3.
U.S. seeks to shift trade tides as it starts NAFTA overhaul
The Trump administration took its first formal step toward renegotiating NAFTA, setting the stage for talks that could have a major impact on automakers and suppliers.
Mitsubishi's comeback keys: Crossovers, expansion
Mitsubishi's operating profit plunges 94 percent in the latest fiscal year, broadsided by falling sales, foreign exchange losses and the costs of a fuel economy scandal.
Japan's automakers scramble to fill truck gap
Stung by imploding profits, Japan's automakers are scrambling to jam out more of the only vehicles that seem to sell these days: crossovers, pickups and SUVs.
MTS scandal offers lessons on China dealings
A management scandal in its Chinese office cost MTS Systems millions of dollars and played havoc with the supplier's recent financial reports.
GM expects $100 million hit to profits from Venezuela action
GM said it would deconsolidate its operations in Venezuela, reducing global profits by up to $100 million after the government seized GM’s plant there last month.