Canada well-positioned to revamp NAFTA, Ontario economic chief saysMon, 20, Feb 2017
Suppliers cheer up a little, OESA survey findsMon, 20, Feb 2017
Canadian experts don't expect 'tearing up' of NAFTAFri, 17, Feb 2017
Senate confirms Pruitt, giving EPA foe control of agencyFri, 17, Feb 2017
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.
Canadian CEOs brace for NAFTA changes as Trump and Trudeau meetMon, 13, Feb 2017
Canada and the U.S. have knitted together one of the world's most integrated economies since signing free trade agreements 30 years ago, trading everything from fertilizer to oil, auto parts to drugs. As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to Washington to meet President Donald Trump on Monday, Canadian companies are hoping it doesn't all unravel in a trade war.
With Trump-Abe bromance, Japan delegates trade issue to deputiesSun, 12, Feb 2017
On trade, an issue that has caused prior tensions between Japan and the U.S., Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hopes to distance the topic from his burgeoning friendship with President Trump -- and assign it to Vice President Mike Pence.
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.
Japan pins hopes on winning over TrumpSun, 12, Feb 2017
Ghosn outlines Brexit, NAFTA uncertainties facing Renault-NissanSat, 11, Feb 2017
Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn acknowledged that uncertainties surrounding Britain's exit from the European Union and a possible renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement under President Donald Trump posed “risks” for Renault and its Japanese partner, Nissan, in 2017.
Uber suffers for Trump ties that leave Musk unsulliedFri, 10, Feb 2017
While Uber got shellacked for its link to President Donald Trump, the electric carmaker and sometimes-rival Tesla has comfortably weathered its association with a president who has lower approval ratings than any predecessor in his first days in office.