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The U.S. Senate has quickly rubber-stamped the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement covering tax-free trade in North America.
The updated trade pact between Canada, Mexico and the U.S. has finally reached the U.S. Senate. But it could stall there for months.
Canada’s Unifor union is hoping to somehow resurrect the Canadian assembly plant General Motors closed this week in Oshawa, Ont., after 112 years of operation.
Much to the auto industry’s relief, the U.S. House of Representatives has approved by nine-to-one margin an amended update to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
General Motors Co. has laid off more than 400 workers at an engine and transmission plant in Mexico because of the strike against its U.S. facilities by the United Auto Workers union.
ZF Friedrichshafen AG has appointed Martin Fischer to its management board to oversee safety systems, electronics and advanced driver assist systems in the Americas.
Brazilian startup company Sigma Lithium Resources Group says it is in talks with BMW, Tesla and Volkswagen about supplying lithium for electric vehicle batteries.
Honda Motor Co. says it will move Mexican production of its HR-V small crossover next spring from El Salto, Jalisco, to Celaya, Guanajuato.
Mazda Motor Corp. plans to build the upcoming CX-30 compact crossover at its factory in Salamanca, Mexico.
Volkswagen AG says it will launch a compact crossover vehicle in South America next year.
Volkswagen AG plans to spend 2.4 billion reais ($576 million) to upgrade its Sao Bernardo do Campo plant in Brazil, according to Sao Paulo’s governor.
Honda Motor Co. says it will stop making cars in Argentina next year and convert its factory there to a motorcycle plant.
Oil and gas giant BP plc and New York-based agricultural commodities business Bunge Ltd. are combing their ethanol and sugar operations in Brazil.
The European Union and Mercosur, South America’s trade powerful economic bloc, have completed a broad bilateral trade agreement to lower or remove tariffs in both directions.
The White House could delay President Donald Trump’s threat to impose tariffs on Mexican goods beginning Monday, sources tell Bloomberg News.
China’s DiDi Chuxing Technology Co. has begun offering its ride-hailing service in Chile and Colombia as it pushes into Latin America.
Several Republican senators warned the White House yesterday that President Donald Trump can expect diminished support at best for his plan to launch a 5% import tax on Monday for goods from Mexico.
President Donald Trump reiterates his determination to levy a 5% import tariff on all goods from Mexico beginning June 10, regardless of negotiations to avoid the levy.
Mexico's president says his country is willing to avoid a trade war by tightening controls over migrants seeking asylum in the U.S.
BMW AG is formally launching its $1 billion factory in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, next week, just ahead of a threatened 5% U.S. tariff on the cars it makes.