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The federal government shutdown could have a broad impact on automotive regulatory activities, but next week's NAFTA talks are expected to continue as scheduled.
The U.S. is running out of patience with Canadian and Mexican resistance to key American proposals ahead of talks next week on a new NAFTA, sources told Bloomberg.
PSA CEO Carlos Tavares will meet with UK unions and government officials to discuss the future of Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port plant. Tavares also is open to a potential alliance in Latin America.
NHTSA will propose new fuel economy standards for cars and light trucks by the end of March, signaling how the Trump administration plans to alter automobile efficiency rules.
Canada welcomes the suggestion by President Donald Trump that the deadline for concluding talks to modernize NAFTA could be extended.
Canadian auto production will be essentially flat and industry profits down in 2018, warns a report by the Conference Board of Canada, which cited a declining U.S. market and NAFTA uncertainty.
Mexico's auto industry set record highs for production and exports of light vehicles in 2017, sending more than 2.3 million cars and light trucks to the U.S.
Talks starting Friday to amend a U.S.-South Korean trade deal must balance President Donald Trump's domestic agenda against the need to contain a nuclear armed North Korea.
Mexican auto sales cratered in December and ended 2017 down 4.6 percent as rising inflation and uncertainty over NAFTA scared off consumers.
A world without NAFTA would be sure to disrupt the auto supply chain in Canada and the U.S. As President Donald Trump's threat to withdraw looms, negotiators are set to meet in Montreal Jan. 23.
Mexico extended rules that impose restrictions on the importation of used autos, to bolster domestic sales amid uncertainty over trade ties with the United States, the country's top export market.
The United States and South Korea will hold talks on the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement on Jan. 5 in Washington.
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