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Production

Coronavirus Roundup: April 3

Carmakers extend plant shutdowns, eye mid-April restarts

Production

Carmakers in a Quandary about When to Reopen Plants

It starts with worker safety, but there also is increasing uncertainty about demand

Economics

Coronavirus Roundup: March 27

More companies idle plants, look for cash

Production

Coronavirus Roundup: March 24

A rundown on auto industry activity spurred by the coronavirus

Business

Big Three Idle N. American Plants through March

A timeout to clean facilities and rethink production methods

Business

Italy’s Auto Industry Scrambles Over Nationwide Virus Lockdown

The world’s first nationwide quarantine tests carmakers

Economics

U.S. Fuel Economy Hits All-Time High

Gains keep coming despite the boom in trucks and SUVs 

Sales

Global Car Sales Forecasts Fall on Virus Fears

Clearer picture not likely for many weeks

Business

China's Auto Industry Still in "Park"

Auto production remains stalled by coronavirus epidemic

Business

Ex-UAW Official Gets 28-Month Prison Term for Supplier Shakedown

Federal investigators creep closer to indicting former union presidents.

Business

Still Another Ex-UAW Official Cops a Plea in Corruption Probe

Prosecutors circle closer to two ex-UAW presidents.

Production

Toyota Extends Plant Shutdowns in China

Carmakers are beginning to extend shutdowns across the country.

Business

FCA Files to Dismiss GM Racketeering Claim

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles wants a federal court to toss out claims by General Motors that it enjoyed special labor concessions by bribing United Auto Workers union executives.

Business

FCA to Partner with Chinese iPhone Supplier on EVs

Proposed deal could help FCA in two big ways  

Diesel

Investors Sue Daimler Over Diesel Cheating

Daimler is the latest European carmaker to be sued by investors over its alleged use of illegal software to evade diesel emission tests.

Connectivity

The Auto Industry in 2019—and Beyond

What do events in 2019 portend for the industry’s future?

Business

FCA Piles on the Discounts to Clear Inventories

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is pushing to clear out some 70,000 vehicles nobody ordered by discounting them heavily and dumping them onto its U.S. dealers anyway.

Business

Merger to Put Most FCA Cars on PSA Platforms

PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles say two PSA platforms will carry two-thirds of all small cars made by the companies after they merge.

Business

PSA, Fiat Chrysler Agree to Merge

The auto industry contemplates its biggest merger ever, as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group formally agree to $47 billion deal.

Business

Fiat Chrysler, PSA Ready to Sign Merger Pledge

It will be a very big deal, literally, when PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles formalize their plan next week to merge.

Labor

UAW Ratifies 4-Year Labor Deal with FCA

This year’s contentious round of U.S. auto industry labor talks is over. Not so clear is whether it’s also the last hurrah for the United Auto Workers union.

Business

Report: Dongfeng to Cut Stake in PSA

Dongfeng Motor Group will reduce its stake in PSA Group to help the French carmaker clear U.S. regulatory hurdles ahead of a planned merger with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Business

Italy Says Fiat Undervalued Chrysler in Takeover

After Fiat Group acquired Chrysler Group in 2014, it undervalued the American company by €5.1 billion ($5.6 billion), according to Italy’s tax bureau.

Business

FCA Labor Deal Goes to UAW Workers for Vote

United Auto Workers members are expected to begin a ratification vote on Friday for a four-year labor deal with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV.