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The challenge for law enforcement is separating legitimate shipments from illegal ones in the murky area between criminal fraud and breach of private contracts.
Experts believe the U.S. Congress is unwilling to test Trump's threats to pull out of NAFTA and will instead sign off on the USMCA. Meanwhile, insiders see quotas replacing tariffs.
Auto industry stakeholders looking forward to some postelection progress on legislation and an end to the Trump administration's tariff volleys should probably expect the opposite.
Automakers are looking at an extended period of uncertainty over fuel economy and emissions rules. Here are some potential paths to compromise.
GM is probably getting too much credit for bucking the Trump administration's attempt to water down fuel economy and emissions standards.
The EV mandate the automaker proposed last week made for some good press, but it was only half the story.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized a large shipment of counterfeit Mercedes-Benz auto parts this month in Philadelphia that were shipped from China.
The proposal puts GM directly at odds with the Trump administration's anti-regulatory stance on environmental issues and out ahead of its competitors in pushing electric vehicles on a reluctant public.
U.S. Suppliers say they can't afford to make investments to develop domestic metal sources if they're getting hit with tariffs. Some companies want the U.S. to exempt Canada and Mexico from metal tariffs.
Suppliers say they can't afford to make investments to develop domestic metal sources if they're getting beat up with tariffs at the same time.
La mayor parte de lo que contiene el USMCA ya se había conseguido en el Acuerdo Transpacífico con otras 11 naciones.
The Center for Auto Safety on Friday renewed calls for Hyundai and Kia to recall almost 3 million crossovers and sedans in the U.S. for potential noncollision fire risk.
A group of auto dealerships near Washington, D.C., and a California marketing firm settled claims they deceptively mailed more than 21,000 fake "urgent recall" notices to consumers, the FTC said.
Most of what's in the trilateral USMCA was already accomplished in the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement with 11 other nations.
U.S. lawmakers, industry and interest groups are withholding full-throated support for the deal until some details become clearer, such as how the new regional content and minimum-wage requirements for autos would be applied and enforced.
Lawmakers, industry and interest groups are withholding full-throated support for the deal until some details become clearer, such as how the new regional content and minimum-wage requirements for autos would be applied and enforced.
PSA Group is adding features to its fledgling mobility services platform for the U.S. in conjunction with a new car-sharing service being launched in Washington, D.C., at the end of October.
President Donald Trump touted a new North American trade agreement as not only a victory for U.S. companies and workers, but also validation of an aggressive policy approach built on threatening trading partners with tariffs to exact concessions.
U.S. automakers, analysts and the UAW said President Donald Trump's revised NAFTA deal could have positive implications for the U.S. auto industry, but details of the agreement still needed a closer look.
If the election campaign in South Carolina's 4th Congressional District is a referendum on President Donald Trump's trade policy, then the president's side is winning by a mile.
Fear of disparate fuel economy regulations among states has led to calls for a negotiated deal between automakers and California to head off such an outcome and set a de facto national standard. But what would such a compromise look like?
Honda is beginning the next round of recalls for Takata passenger front airbag inflators a couple months ahead of schedule because it has adequate replacement parts in stock and has had high repair rates so far.
The UAW is reserving judgment on the Trump administration's consideration of 25 percent tariffs across all auto and auto parts imports, Legislative Director Josh Nasser told a Senate panel.
Derive Systems agreed to pay more than $6 million to improve internal compliance procedures and pay a civil penalty of $300,000 to settle charges that it sold 363,000 aftermarket emissions control defeat devices for cars and trucks, the EPA and Department of Justice said.
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