At NAFTA table, 'no fireworks' but few signs of progressNov. 18
Negotiations in Mexico to update NAFTA have not made much progress on tough American demands that could sink the 1994 trade pact but the current round of talks are progressing with civility, a well-placed source said Saturday.
U.S. chamber warns Trump of political pain over NAFTA's demiseNov. 17
The lead negotiators for the three NAFTA countries joined the latest round of talks as the Chamber of Commerce warned that an American pullout would hit hardest some key swing states that President Trump captured on his road to office.
U.S. rejects Ford, Mazda petitions to delay recall of Takata airbagsNov. 17
NAFTA bargainers zero in on light-vehicle content rulesNov. 16
Canada open to Mexico's 5-year NAFTA review proposalNov. 16
Tesla to challenge suit claiming racial discriminationNov. 15
VW agrees to pay $69 million to settle New Jersey emissions suitsNov. 14
U.S. Senate to vote on advancing Trump transportation nomineesNov. 13
Utilities raise game to preserve EV tax creditNov. 10
The upside of tax reform has made many automakers reluctant to put lobbying muscle fully behind a fight to preserve an incentive for a market that only represents 1 percent of sales. But an alliance of environmentalists and utilities is stepping up.
U.S. Senate tax plan preserves EV creditNov. 9
Automakers could face big fines under new EU testing regimeNov. 8
Ford-owned Chariot will pay $50,000 to settle U.S. disability-discrimination complaintNov. 7
Chariot, a Silicon Valley shuttle service owned by Ford, has agreed to pay $50,000 as part of a settlement with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California over allegations it discriminated against disabled customers.