Rhetoric yields to reality ahead of NAFTA talksJuly 24
The reality of NAFTA after 23 years of integration is that no single country can dictate new terms for the deal, because all have much to lose, from manufacturing in Mexico and agricultural exports in the U.S. Midwest to dairy products and lumber streaming out of Canada.
Honda will import SUVs into Europe from JapanJuly 18
Imported Ford Fusions stuffed with $1 million in pot, authorities sayJuly 17
'Vulnerable and exposed' Canada running out of ways to lure auto investmentJuly 10
Canada is running out of unique pieces of policy that have traditionally enticed automakers to build new assembly plants here. Governments now resort to giving away tax dollars for new investments, a new report finds.
Mexican supplier bringing headquarters, r&d to OntarioJune 29
Auto industry groups urge caution in changing NAFTA origin rulesJune 28
Auto industry trade groups warned that tightening the rules of origin in the North American Free Trade Agreement could be disruptive and hurt the competitiveness of U.S., Mexican and Canadian auto plants.