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Mexican workers build but can't buy

One reader's issue with Mexico under the North American Free Trade Agreement has been the lack of wage increases in the country.

 

All networks are vulnerable to hackers

The establishment of self-driving tests on public roads would create a monumental vulnerability that if exploited could collapse society with a keystroke, writes one reader.

Carmakers can't be fooled by gas prices

Automotive News was correct in calling out the Detroit 3 in its editorial in the Feb. 6 issue ("Detroit 3 should skip scare tactics in CAFE debate") for using scare tactics and squishy jobs research when lobbying the president on fuel economy standards.

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Mexican workers build but can't buy

One reader's issue with Mexico under the North American Free Trade Agreement has been the lack of wage increases in the country.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Carmakers can't be fooled by gas prices

Automotive News was correct in calling out the Detroit 3 in its editorial in the Feb. 6 issue ("Detroit 3 should skip scare tactics in CAFE debate") for using scare tactics and squishy jobs research when lobbying the president on fuel economy standards.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
First supercar built in U.S.? Not NSX

The new Acura NSX is unquestionably stunning and delivers all the attributes of a modern supercar. But it is not the first supercar to be built in the U.S., a reader writes.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
A reliable recipe for dealership success

Many people in our industry fail to grasp the relationship between great employees and customer satisfaction, writes Alan Starling, former NADA chairman.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Families don't want downsized cars

Perhaps the shift to crossovers, SUVs and pickups has less to do with gas prices and more to do with cars becoming unsuitable to the American family's lifestyle, a reader writes.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
The details matter to luxury-car buyers

Regularly in your pages I read about Johan de Nysschen's plans to restore the primacy of Cadillac among domestic luxury-car buyers. Based on my initial experience, I am skeptical.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Industry should aim for zero-fault software

Despite the dramatic losses affecting businesses today because of computer software that is rife with bugs and susceptible to cyberactions, the autonomous vehicle race is on.

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