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A U.S. proposal that half of all parts and vehicles that cross borders under NAFTA be made in America could affect Canadian parts makers to varying degrees.
BYD, the Chinese electric-vehicle maker backed by Warren Buffett, plans to open its first assembly plant in Canada, anticipating a surge in demand for electric trucks.
A bipartisan group of more than 70 House members urged the Trump administration not to boost current production requirements on vehicle content for autos produced in the region under NAFTA
Tesla said it would fight a class-action lawsuit filed against it earlier this week claiming the electric automaker's California production plant was a "hotbed for racist behavior."
Tesla's semi truck being unveiled Thursday is a major part of CEO Elon Musk's master plan in which he vowed to expand the company's lineup to "cover the major forms of terrestrial transport."
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said he believes NAFTA negotiations will produce "some sort" of a deal for President Donald Trump to evaluate, but still warned the United States could walk away.
Alabama and North Carolina are the final states in the running to win a prized Toyota and Mazda joint car factory worth $1.6 billion, people familiar with the negotiations told Bloomberg.
FCA's Brampton plant was given a new lease on life in 2016 when the automaker committed to retooling its paint shop for C$325 million. But questions surround the long-term future of the plant.
Visteon is sponsoring the American Center for Mobility in Michigan at a founder level with a $5 million investment, becoming the first tier-one supplier to do so.
General Motors plans to share its "vision for an autonomous future" during an investor event on Nov. 30 in San Francisco.
Canadian auto parts maker Magna said third-quarter profits were flat despite rising revenue as the company was hampered by challenges at two newly acquired European plants.
French engineering and r&d consulting firm Altran Technologies opened a passive-safety center in suburban Detroit as part of an effort to attract new business.
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