Toyota may halt U.S. imports of some models on Trump's tariffsJuly 20
Toyota may stop importing some models into the U.S. if President Donald Trump raises auto tariffs, while other vehicles will get more expensive. All 408,000 RAV4s sold in the U.S. last year came from Canada and Japan.
Auto industry to tell U.S. Commerce Dept. to ditch tariff proposalJuly 19
Canada plays down Trump comments on NAFTA, sees trilateral dealJuly 18
Automakers unite to oppose tariffs but worry administration has mind made upJuly 18
The auto industry plans a full-court press this week to inform the U.S. Congress about how the Trump administration is unfairly exploring possible light-vehicle tariffs, and whether the White House is abusing its trade authority.
Bridge promises new gateway for automakers in U.S., Canada despite tariff battlesJuly 17
Winner in Mexico leans into NAFTAJuly 9
Since his landslide victory, Lopez Obrador has wasted no time in showing his more pragmatic side by reaching out to his enemies in the business community and taking a half-hour phone call from U.S. President Donald Trump.
Canada, EU, Mexico dealers, EU, VW to testify at U.S. import tariff hearingJuly 12
Canada, Mexico, automotive trade groups and the UAW, are among those slated to testify at a July 19 hearing on the Trump administration's controversial probe into whether imported cars and auto parts pose a national security threat and should be subject to tariffs.
Tariff tornado: Prepare for impactJuly 1
Trump trade war looms over Quebec town supplying metal to auto industryJuly 1
Trudeau, Trump discuss trade, economic issues over phone callJuly 1
U.S. tariff study raises concerns from 40 countries at WTO meetingJuly 5
Lawsuit challenges Trump's authority on steel, auto tariffsJuly 4
A trade association argues that Section 232 of the 1962 Trade Expansion Act is unconstitutional because it allows the president unlimited ability to restrict trade on national security grounds and Congress can't delegate away all its powers without some guidance on how to act.