US automakers are up in arms about President Trump's plans to impose import tariffs on autos and auto components. They say the tariffs will hit sales and cost jobs, and doubt his claim it’s a matter of national security
German companies are closely following all developments that might give them an idea of exactly how the United Kingdom will leave the European Union. Soft or hard Brexit — that's the question yet to be answered.
The North American International Auto Show kicks off this week. Largely shunned by European carmakers, the expo will be a concentration of American might. It may also be the end of an era.
US officials are in China on Monday for the start of fresh trade negotiations. What's on the agenda — and what progress could be made as another deadline looms in the trade battle between Beijing and Washington?
The North American International Auto Show is still the biggest and premier auto show in North America. But, this year, only one German carmaker bothered to show up. Maya Shwayder reports from Detroit.
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