Mexico stops sweating over NAFTAMon, 27, 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.
NAFTA talks likely won't begin until later this year, Ross saysWed, 08, Mar 2017
Mexico: We won't roll overMon, 06, Mar 2017
Mexican officials are under pressure to stand up to the Trump administration and defend Mexico's auto industry. They are making clear that they're prepared to use their leverage on other U.S. priorities.
Mexican official reaffirms hard line on tariffsFri, 03, Mar 2017
NAFTA needs to be modernized, Mexican economy minister saysFri, 03, Mar 2017
GM, Ford executives to meet with Mexico economy minister in DetroitThu, 02, Mar 2017
Mexico warns U.S. it'll cut off NAFTA talks if tariffs proposedMon, 27, Feb 2017
Mexico's top trade negotiator doubled down on threats to break off talks to rework NAFTA, saying his country will walk away if the U.S. insists on slapping duties or quotas on any products from south of the border.
UAW plans 'buy American' ad campaignThu, 16, Feb 2017
UAW President Dennis Williams said he is “in discussions” to produce advertisements to encourage U.S. customers to buy union-made cars manufactured in America. The idea was inspired by a revived buy American sentiment that has been growing since the 2008 recession.
New tax could push price limitMon, 13, Feb 2017
Prices for new cars and trucks, being pushed ever-higher by fuel-economy improvements, safety equipment and advanced technology, could soar out of range for many U.S. buyers with the addition of an import tax to the equation.
American Axle Q4 net falls 25% as demand slowsFri, 10, Feb 2017
Bill Ford's struggle to stay friends with Donald TrumpFri, 03, Feb 2017
Few corporate chieftains seem to have cultivated President Donald Trump quite like Bill Ford. It had been a rough start, with Trump blasting Ford Motor for building cars in Mexico. But Bill Ford pushed ahead, determined to forge a relationship with the new president.