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Trump Traveling to Michigan to Promote New NAFTA Deal

Trump Traveling to Michigan to Promote New NAFTA Deal

The White House has announced President Trump will visit a plant belonging to Dana Inc., an automotive supplier in Warren, Michigan, to tout the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which replaced NAFTA. The NAFTA replacement agreement was eagerly endorsed by automakers...
FCA Asks Judge to Dismiss General Motors Lawsuit

FCA Asks Judge to Dismiss General Motors Lawsuit

As expected, lawyers for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have filed a motion asking a federal judge to dismiss a racketeering lawsuit brought against the automaker by rival General Motors. GM filed its lawsuit in November claiming that FCA executives had bribed officials of...
Toyota’s Image Hurt by Support of Trump, Poll Claims

Toyota’s Image Hurt by Support of Trump, Poll Claims

A new poll commissioned by environmental activists found that Toyota, which has long boasted about its environmentally friendly vehicles and practices, is finding its reputation taking a beating after siding with the Trump administration on fuel economy standards....
Bloomberg Would Push U.S. to Go All EVs by 2035

Bloomberg Would Push U.S. to Go All EVs by 2035

Billionaire businessman and Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg wants to see the U.S. to completely switch to battery-electric vehicles by 2035. Outlining a key element of his promised White House strategy, dubbed “Clean Cars for All,” Bloomberg said...
Former UAW Vice President Jewell Begins Prison Term

Former UAW Vice President Jewell Begins Prison Term

Former United Auto Workers Vice President Norwood Jewell reported to a federal correctional institution in Oxford, Wisconsin, to begin a 15-month for violations of the federal Labor Management Act. Jewell, 62, was sentenced to a prison term last August after he...
Rising Diesel Costs Help Cut Daimler Profits in Half

Rising Diesel Costs Help Cut Daimler Profits in Half

Daimler AG continues to deny cheating on emission tests despite the fact that the costs associated with its defense grows as the company’s operating income weakens. Daimler said Wednesday that it will set aside between 1.1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) and 1.5 billion...