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UPDATED: 1/21/18 11:35 am ET

Trump's first year ends with some wins, uncertainty

In January 2017, gauging whether the administration of President Donald Trump would be pro-business or populist was a challenge. One year into the administration, it still is.
■ Fresh signs of optimism as NAFTA talks resume
■ Government shutdown would curtail auto regulators, but not NAFTA talks

Hackett urging Ford to think, act in new ways

Jim Hackett, the former furniture company CEO who expected to be spending his 60s enjoying retirement, is instead teaching a course on survival to a century-old automaker.

Nissan's ePower tech coming to U.S. vehicles

Nissan's ePower technology has been something of a sensation in Japan. Now the automaker wants to bring it to the United States.

Chevy adding dealers, not dabblers, for work trucks

General Motors plans to expand its dealer network for medium-duty commercial vehicles this year from 240 to about 400 with the introduction of Silverado 4500HD and 5500HD trucks.

Hyundai U.S. arm poised to get more say on production

Hyundai Motor Group is going through a restructuring that will shift more decision-making power to regional markets such as North America.

UPDATED: 1/20/18 7:16 am ET - adds overnight news
Government shutdown would curtail auto regulators, but not NAFTA talks

The federal government shutdown could have a broad impact on automotive regulatory activities, but next week's NAFTA talks are expected to continue as scheduled.

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China's GAC has a big to-do list for U.S.

At the upcoming NADA convention in Las Vegas, you can expect to find the Trumpchi GS8 nestled in a corner of the North convention hall, just past the booth for Two Hats Ranch.

Mercedes, BMW wade into subscriptions

The German rivals are joining the list of luxury automakers exploring subscription models as they try to figure out the future of car ownership – and whether such plans...

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