GM economist sees negligible impact of Brexit on U.S. autos, for nowWed, 29, Jun 2016
It is too soon to measure the impact of the British vote to leave the EU on General Motors, but the decision will likely not have much effect on the company in its home market, GM's chief economist said on Wednesday.
Supplier planning hits the brakesMon, 27, Jun 2016
The U.K. vote to exit the European Union leaves suppliers in the dark on future investment until new EU trade deals can be adopted.
Goodbye to the Europe I knewMon, 27, Jun 2016
I am deeply shocked and disappointed by the decision of British voters to leave the European Union. A place I loved called Britain may no longer be so great any more.
Legal hassles possible for U.S. companies in wake of BrexitFri, 24, Jun 2016
International automotive companies should prepare for tricky legal issues -- especially on trademarks and trade treaties -- as the United Kingdom exits the EU. That's the advice from Jeff Sadowski, a suburban Detroit patent attorney for Howard and Howard.
International trade makes America workMon, 27, Jun 2016
The established punching bag of this election cycle isn't just the Washington establishment, it's also international trade. The 2016 campaign has turned political norms on their heads, so maybe we shouldn't be surprised to see so many so wrong about something so simple. And the facts are simple.
Jaguar Land Rover said to face $1.47 billion Brexit hitTue, 21, Jun 2016
Jaguar Land Rover estimates its annual profit could be cut by $1.47 billion if the UK leaves the EU, Reuters reported. The automaker has also looked into opening a continental European office if Britain quits the trading bloc and has delayed starting major work on a plant in Slovakia, sources said.
Toyota says Brexit may lead to 10% duties on U.K.-built carsMon, 20, Jun 2016
Toyota warned that a withdrawal by the UK from the EU may lead to levies of as much as 10 percent on the cars it builds in Britain. Jaguar Land Rover CEO Ralf Speth also warned about a so-called Brexit, saying leaving the EU would be "highly damaging."