Exports and Imports
Do the right thing: Say no to GACApril 16
Trump seeks stiffer emissions rules for U.S. light-vehicle importsApril 6
The Trump administration is considering ways to require imported automobiles to meet stricter environmental standards in order to protect U.S. automakers, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
U.S., South Korea revise trade deal; Korean steel faces quotaMarch 26
What's wrong with fair trade?March 19
Simply eliminate all tariffs and let everyone compete on an equal footing. That sounds good in theory, but there are still many nations that want to protect their auto industry regardless of the state of its maturity.
German automakers warn of 'only losers' in Trump's trade talkMarch 5
Trump trade adviser sees business exemptions for new tariffsMarch 4
This time it is for realFeb. 26
GAC Motor in Detroit: A sign of the next new auto empireFeb. 12
Nissan will send U.S.-built Titans to ChinaNov. 17, 2017
GM launches China-built Chevy Sail exports to Mexico, CaribbeanOct. 30, 2017
Export hubOct. 30, 2017
BMW's Spartanburg, S.C., plant, which opened in 1994, has transformed from a small operation making only about 60,000 vehicles annually to a major exporting hub. The plant cranks out more than 400,000 vehicles a year to meet global crossover demand.