Automakers unite to oppose tariffs but worry administration has mind made upJuly 18
The auto industry plans a full-court press this week to inform the U.S. Congress about how the Trump administration is unfairly exploring possible light-vehicle tariffs, and whether the White House is abusing its trade authority.
PSA Group eyes 4 provinces, 15 possible U.S. states for salesJuly 17
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AutoCanada appoints new president as it deals with investor pressureJuly 6
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Canada, EU, Mexico dealers, EU, VW to testify at U.S. import tariff hearingJuly 12
Canada, Mexico, automotive trade groups and the UAW, are among those slated to testify at a July 19 hearing on the Trump administration's controversial probe into whether imported cars and auto parts pose a national security threat and should be subject to tariffs.
Fiat Chrysler making trade contingency plans on a 'massive scale'June 29
2019 Lincoln Nautilus gets higher price with new name, updatesJune 27
Automakers push back against Trump auto 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.