The different approaches to COVID safety in Japan and the U.S. underscore differences in the cultures, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.
Japan's gauntlet of COVID-19 quarantine measures is as amazing for its overengineered, hyperefficient logistics as it is exasperating in its unyielding robotic bureaucracy. In a word: The ordeal is uniquely Japanese.
The Biden administration has been slow to repair the damage done to U.S. trading relationships or to reverse course on most of the harmful tariffs put in place during his predecessor's years.
Here is a look at what various companies are doing in the AV field this year.
The former Fiat Chrysler CEO is now dead — his plans of automotive conquest equally so — but the logic that motivated his thinking seven years ago keeps repeating itself over and over.
Lessons learned after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami may help explain why Japanese automakers have been less impacted by the shortage than their rivals.