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After 'chicken tax,' a flood of foreign trucks?

Two free-trade deals the U.S. is trying to negotiate would roll back the so-called chicken tax. Critics of the tax say it has priced imported trucks out of the market, shielding the Detroit 3's biggest profit machine from robust foreign competition.  » READ
 

Detroit 3 seek EPA credits for paint, glass

 

Ford builds in Silicon Valley -- and talent comes

 

Why talk of GM-FCA tie-up just won't die

 

Dodge to build more Hellcat engines

 

Message to NHTSA: Reform first, funding later

 

Toyota's own glass house

 

Leaf to get a big boost in driving range

 

Mini gets serious with the new Clubman

 

Next-gen Prius may be ill-timed, but not ill-fated

 

Chasing Jetta, Chevy equips Cruze with a new turbodiesel

 

Chevy pulls ahead timetable for Bolt EV

 

GLE Coupe's goal: Style, not off-road use

 

Jeep will keep Cherokee's 'spot on' shape, styling

 

Lotus Evora to resume U.S. sales

 

Scion packs automatic braking into iA

 

Alfa's high-power reboot

 

Analysts doubt Sergio's lofty Alfa goals

 

How Infiniti climbed quality chart

 

Dealer Wise goes the extra mile(s) for buyers

 

A role for dealers in lease transfers

 

My Saturn stores were profitable

 

NYC dealership must provide documents for non-English speakers

 

CarMax makes big plans for smaller markets

 

No seat unturned in flood-damage search

 

Bosch positions for electrification growth

 

Gestamp along for VW's expansion ride in N. America

 

GM tweaks Colorado, Canyon turbodiesel for cold weather

 

Dealers

 

How U.S. chickens led to Japanese truck plants

 

'The Future' is now: Lexus will test hoverboard

 

Car guy Lutz still has the vision for flying high

 

In CASE you missed it, here's the future of the car business in a word

 

Isn't it obvious? It'll be a Caddy crossover

 

Passing a big rig? Don't sweat it, Samsung says