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Race is on to set up Europe’s electric car charging network
May 18, 2018 by By David McHugh, The Associated Press

Chargers are more readily available where government supports the technology. Carmakers are now looking to set up networks and win back market share lost to Tesla

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MEMA backs letter to quicken pace of tariff exclusion
May 18, 2018 by Adam Malik

A letter signed by more than three dozen U.S. Congress members concerned about the slow pace of tariff exclusions is receiving praise from the Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association. The delay is causing “a backlog of requests that places undue

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NAFTA deadline nearing — is a quick deal possible?
May 16, 2018 by Alexander Panetta, The Canadian Press

Trump and Trudeau talk, Mexico expresses doubts that a deal can be reached in time and the U.S. says big issues are still unresolved

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NAFTA concern: Red tape tying up auto production
May 11, 2018 by Adam Malik

Canada is voicing concerns heard from car companies that some of the rules being considered during the NAFTA negotiations could prove damaging to one of this continent’s biggest industries. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says she raised some of those

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Make NAFTA deal this month, or wait until 2019: U.S.
May 4, 2018 by Alexander Panetta, The Canadian Press

The United States says it hopes to conclude a NAFTA agreement this month, otherwise negotiations risk being punted off to 2019 and into an uncertain political climate.   U.S. trade czar Robert Lighthizer laid out his preferred timetable Tuesday: he

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U.S. delays tariffs to June 1
May 2, 2018 by Alexander Panetta, The Canadian Press

The United States has delayed the imposition of steel and aluminum tariffs for another month, with a late-evening announcement Monday that pushed the internationally contentious issue off to June 1. The announcement came just before the deadline for the tariffs taking effect and marked

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Ford Canada spared from plan to chop sedans
April 27, 2018 by David Paddon, The Canadian Press

Ford’s decision to discontinue almost all of its car models in North America within two years will leave its Canadian operations intact, since they are focused mainly on sport utility vehicles and light trucks. The car segment of automotive sales

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NAFTA: U.S. softens auto demands, may re-enter TPP
April 13, 2018 by Adam Malik

In a pair of dramatic moves, the Trump administration has signalled a growing desire to secure new trade deals, softening one key demand in the NAFTA negotiations, then expressing an interest in re-joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The twin developments are

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New Zealand makes compulsory recall on Takata air bags
April 6, 2018 by Adam Malik

Not enough traction on voluntary recall, government orders mandatory one

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EPA to ease back emissions standards
April 3, 2018 by The Associated Press

Environmental regulators announced on Monday they will ease emissions standards for cars and trucks, saying that a timeline put in place by President Barack Obama was not appropriate and set standards “too high.”  The Environmental Protection Agency said it completed

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ACA joins call to reject tariffs on China
March 28, 2018 by Danielle Oswald

The Auto Care Association has joined with 44 other trade associations in a letter written to the White House urging the Trump Administration to not impose tariffs on U.S. imports from China.  The letter’s focus is on China’s trade policies and

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BP Report sees drop off for oil by 2040
March 27, 2018 by Danielle Oswald

What’s good news for drivers may be bad news for oil companies around the world. The progress of electric vehicles could be a cause for worry over the next 20 years. A drop in oil consumption is to be expected