Trade War Watch: Were the Auto Tariffs Ever Supposed to Be More Than a Threat?

The U.S. Commerce Department has submitted draft recommendations to the White House on its investigation into whether it’s prudent to impose tariffs of up to 25 percent on imported automobiles and parts, based on the premise that they’re a …

GM’s Charlie Wilson was right: Stronger regulations can help U.S. automakers

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GM calls on the feds to provide leadership by mandating zero emissions cars.Continue reading GM’s Charlie Wilson was right: Stronger regulat…

Trump officials, California meet on vehicle emissions, mpg standards

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Stand by for more meetings, but they hope to reach a common goalContinue reading Trump officials, California meet on vehicle emissions, mpg standards
Trump of…

Why we can’t have better headlights here in the U.S.

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Continue reading Why we can’t have better headlights here in the U.S.
Why we can’t have better headlights here in the U.S. or…

Trump administration ready to act on CAFE mileage requirements

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The Trump administration might lower fuel economy targets as soon as 2021. Automakers desperately want concessions, spending $49 million on lobbying in 2017…

Pence Meets With Automakers Annoyed by NAFTA Changes

The automotive industry is wary of any changes that might be made in regard to the North American Free Trade Agreement. Fortunately for them, little progress has been made during the last few months of negotiations. But that doesn’t create an ass…