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The Trump administration is once again signaling trade talks are going better with Mexico than Canada.
Nissan management says the automaker has run out of the available factory space that has fueled its U.S. sales growth. It's time to build a new assembly plant.
The Mexican auto industry revised its 2017 record auto production upward after newcomer Audi reported numbers from its Q5 plant in San Jose Chiapa, Puebla.
President Donald Trump campaigned on punishing Mexico over trade, but it's Canada that has emerged as the central focus of negotiations.
With Americans turning their back on hybrids, Toyota has rapidly repositioned its quirky Prius as a tech-forward alternative in Latin American countries where gas-electric vehicles have been rare.
The United States is pushing for a breakthrough on its touchiest NAFTA proposals within a month, underscoring a fragile mood of optimism after Canada and Mexico came forward with fresh ideas.
The United States, Canada and Mexico kicked off a crucial round of NAFTA negotiations with little sign of progress on the critical issue of automobiles.
The U.S. is running out of patience with Canadian and Mexican resistance to key American proposals ahead of talks next week on a new NAFTA, sources told Bloomberg.
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada would bring “new ideas” for “unconventional” proposals from the United States. A government official says she was referring to the auto sector.
Mexico's auto industry set record highs for production and exports of light vehicles in 2017, sending more than 2.3 million cars and light trucks to the U.S.
Despite threats of tariffs from the Trump administration, automakers have pushed forward with new factories in Mexico's automotive heartland.
Mexican auto sales cratered in December and ended 2017 down 4.6 percent as rising inflation and uncertainty over NAFTA scared off consumers.
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