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UAW President Dennis Williams is supportive of the Trump administration's efforts to launch a national security investigation into car and truck imports that could lead to new U.S. tariffs.
President Donald Trump's tweet that “big news” is on the way for American auto workers refers to China's plans to slash tariffs on imported passenger cars, according to an aide.
The National Automobile Dealers Association is offering a new NADA Academy training program for up-and-coming dealership employees.
Trade ministers hailed progress on revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement as efforts focused on crafting new rules for the auto sector, but there was no sign of a major breakthrough.
Major automakers told the Trump administration they want an agreement with California to avoid a legal battle over fuel efficiency standards, and support ongoing increases in standards through 2025.
The average U.S. light-vehicle dealership did a good job managing its fixed operations department last year, figures from NADA Data 2018 indicate.
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said he wants to reach a deal in coming weeks to revamp NAFTA, adding a sense of urgency to trilateral negotiations that have run for over eight months.
President Trump threatened to make Mexican immigration control a condition of a new NAFTA agreement, saying the southern neighbor must stop illegal immigrants from getting into the United States.
Dealerships' average net profit was more than 15 times the size of total operating profit last year, showing just how much they rely on automaker incentives.
The EPA formally published in the Federal Register its decision to overturn the Obama administration's vehicle fuel efficiency standards.
A look at new fixed ops products and software that made their debut at last month's National Automobile Dealers Association show in Las Vegas
Senior ministers from the three NAFTA countries are gathering in Washington amid growing signs of optimism that they could find common ground on the toughest issues.
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