GM expects $100 million hit to profits from Venezuela actionMay 2
GM may lead stampede out of VenezuelaApril 24
GM says Venezuela illegally seizes auto plantApril 19
GM shut operations in Venezuela after authorities seized the automaker's local assembly plant and vehicles in the first nationalization of a company's major operations in the country in more than two years.
GM reaches deal with Argentine port operator to import carsMarch 29
Revamped Etios shows Toyota's emerging-market savvyJan. 7
Toyota plants stronger roots in Latin AmericaJan. 9
The world's longest, toughest test driveJan. 2
Toyota’s Five Continents Drive is a seven-year, 130,000-mile, worldwide gambit, devised by CEO Akio Toyoda to reboot the world's biggest carmaker. Automotive News had an exclusive front-row seat on the latest trek along some of earth’s most punishing roads.
Lexus plants seeds in Latin AmericaDec. 18, 2016
GM's Brazil CEO sees crisis ending in 2017 with sales reboundNov. 8, 2016
Carmakers eye modest Brazil recovery at low-key Sao Paulo auto showNov. 8, 2016
The display stands packed with glimmering sheet metal were smaller than usual and all-new models were scarce. Even most forecasts for a recovery in sales were modest, in keeping with the mood as the Sao Paulo auto show opened today.
Hyundai group execs to take 10 percent pay cutOct. 25, 2016
Hyundai Motor Group said about 1,000 of its executives will take a 10 percent pay cut, the first such move in seven years at South Korea's second-largest conglomerate that shows the harsh impact of market share woes and labor strife at its flagship firm.