Mexico stops sweating over NAFTAMon, 27, Mar 2017
Trump predicts fantastic trade deal with GermanyFri, 17, Mar 2017
After a high profile meeting at the White House, President Trump said he expected the United States to do "fantastically well" in trade talks with Germany, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she hoped the United States and the European Union could resume discussions on a trade deal.
A German port pushes back against Trump's tough talk on tradeFri, 17, Mar 2017
Germany's Bremerhaven port once handled some 700,000 vehicles a year. That tally has since surged to 2.1 million, fueled by a sharp increase in trade. But President Trump's tough talk on foreign trade has many German workers worried.
Japanese carmakers seek trade peace with TrumpMon, 20, Mar 2017
Japan's auto market is open, says Hiroto Saikawa, chairman of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, but its carmakers, including Toyota, Nissan and Honda, are willing to work with governments in Tokyo and Washington to smooth out disputes over access.
Japan automakers willing to work with U.S. on trade grievancesThu, 16, Mar 2017
Trump courts Detroit's divided unionWed, 15, Mar 2017
President Donald Trump returned to one of American labor's last remaining strongholds with a message that could drive a wedge between long Democratic-leaning union leadership and members that are breaking ranks.
European execs wary of U.S. trade changesMon, 13, Mar 2017
President Donald Trump's vows to turn American trade policy toward a more protectionist stance, including imposing a 35 percent tariff on imported cars, could have far-reaching consequences for European automakers.
Canada's Trudeau, citing auto industry, says U.S. border tax will hurt both economiesFri, 10, Mar 2017
Supplier association seeks to meet with Pence, Ross over border tax, NAFTAFri, 10, Mar 2017
The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association wants to meet with Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross to raise concerns over proposed changes to border taxes and the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Japan bats away U.S. claims on auto trade barriersThu, 09, Mar 2017
China's Great Wall rethinks Mexico plant under Trump threatThu, 09, Mar 2017
China's biggest SUV maker is reconsidering a plan to build an assembly plant in Mexico that would have made its best-selling vehicles for the U.S., joining a growing list of automakers reviewing investments after tax threats by President Trump.