Ford names former Key Safety exec Luo to steer China unit

Ford Motor named former Key Safety Systems executive Jason Luo as chairman and CEO of its China operations. Luo will lead the carmaker's operations in greater China and Taiwan.

Audi expected to replace 4 board members by Sept.

Audi's management will be reshuffled by the start of the Frankfurt auto show in mid-September, people familiar with the matter told Reuters, with four of the board's seven members to be replaced.


GM cybersecurity chief to head global vehicle safety

Jeffrey Boyer, GM's global safety chief who helped shape the company's safety operations following its ignition-switch crisis, is retiring and will be replaced by Jeffrey Massimilla, the company's chief cybersecurity officer.

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VW focused on future mobility, not selling assets

VW Group is more focused on a shift toward electric vehicles and future transport services than any potential sale of motorcycle brand Ducati or transmissions maker Renk, said Thomas Sedran, VW's head of strategy.

Abolish NAFTA? Some Mexicans agree

President Donald Trump's narrative of Mexico as the big winner under NAFTA — so big that the U.S. needs to tilt the accord back toward American interests — is news to most Mexicans.

Can U.S. follow through on tough NAFTA talk?

To deliver on its promises, the administration will need the cooperation of the U.S. business community and key members of Congress. Both groups sought to distance themselves from the president last week.

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