Japan's Aisin expects up to $360 million impact if U.S. raises auto tariffsAug. 10
Global auto powers plotting response to Trump auto tariff threats, report saysJuly 29
Canada, the EU, Japan, Mexico and South Korea will meet in the coming week to discuss how to respond to threats by President Trump to impose tariffs on imports of autos and car parts, Reuters reported.
Mexico and Canada optimistic on NAFTA deal amid tariff tensionsJuly 25
Lexus reclaims No. 1 spot in NADA Dealer Attitude SurveyJuly 23
Massive data breach hits several automakers, report saysJuly 20
Toyota may halt U.S. imports of some models on Trump's tariffsJuly 20
Ross says it's 'too early' to say if U.S. will impose auto tariffsJuly 19
Mexico should hit back on any U.S. auto tariffs, president-elect's adviser saysJuly 2
Fiat Chrysler making trade contingency plans on a 'massive scale'June 29
Automakers push back against Trump tariff plansJune 27
The trade association representing international automakers operating in the United States said imposing tariffs on imports of vehicles and parts for national security reasons would harm the auto industry by raising prices, lowering demand and inviting retaliation from trading partners.