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President Trump criticized German automakers for selling too many vehicles in the U.S. in a meeting with EU officials, Der Spiegel said.
The auto industries of the U.S., Canada and Mexico agree there should be no changes to rules of origin in NAFTA, the president of the Mexican automakers association said.
North American trade officials say synchronizing regulations and improving infrastructure at ports of entry are as important as trade agreements. The goal is the free movement of cross-border goods.
The Trump administration took its first formal step toward renegotiating NAFTA, setting the stage for talks that could have a major impact on automakers and suppliers.
The Department of Commerce is looking into U.S. steel industry complaints that foreign competitors have gained an unfair advantage by selling at artificially low prices.
Robert Lighthizer's confirmation as U.S. trade representative paves the way for the administration to move on its America First trade agenda.
John Bozzella, 55, CEO of the Association of Global Automakers, which represents foreign-owned automakers and suppliers, speaks about the U.S. trade climate.
The U.K. needs to strike a trade deal with Turkey and South Africa as well as with the EU when the country leaves the bloc, said Jim Farley, Ford's Europe chief.
Location is everything in the real-estate biz, so it's not entirely surprising that a map changed former developer Donald Trump's mind.
Former UAW President Bob King said he supports President Trump's bid to renegotiate NAFTA as long as it puts workers first.
Mexico's auto exports rose 16 percent in April compared with the same month a year earlier, and output was up 3.2 percent.
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