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Limiters were supported by truckers and safety agencies.

How might automakers like Hyundai and Kia be affected?

The U.S. goods trade deficit with South Korea has more than doubled since the U.S.-Korea free trade pact known as KORUS took effect in 2012.

Paris decision may have been 'yuge' for e-bus demand

Electric bus maker Proterra secures another $55 million in equity funding, while Trump's Paris decision may have boosted sales.

Even the oil companies urged against this and want to be part of the solution.

What will this mean for the environment, the auto and oil industries, and the country's place at the global table?

GAC Motor plans to begin selling cars in the United States in 2019.

Which presidential name with they choose next?

It fails to make its reserve price but sells after the gavel.

The art of the post-auction deal.

The nation's trucking industry visited the White House. Then this happened.

It's less likely the decision itself was made for those reasons, but the free PR boost is a nice bonus.

He promises nation 'will once again shine with industrial might.'

Following today's events in the Detroit area.

He'll likely also push health-care plan.

It's not yet clear what if anything he'll be announcing in Detroit.

Still, some Model 3 customers are canceling their orders.

Musk maintains that his efforts are "doing good" and that it would be "wrong" to leave Trump's economic advisory council.

Musk said his participation in the meeting doesn't mean he supports recent policies.

The CEO already has told Uber employees of his exit.

Democrats have a tough battle ahead of them to save federal transit funding.

The Blue Oval takes a stand.

Uber and a New York taxi association pile on.

Lyft "will not be silent on issues that threaten the values of our community."

'Overlapping interest' trumps their differences.

Don't worry if they don't agree on a carbon tax or climate change.

"I want new plants to be built here for cars sold here!", Trump said in a tweet ahead of the meeting.

Expect talk of jobs and NAFTA

Trump has been a harsh critic of domestic automakers.

Threatens 35-percent import tariff for BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and VW Group.

More threats against building factories in Mexico, but few specifics.

This ain't your daddy's Caddy.

A new version of The Beast is on the way, and it might make it in time for inauguration day.

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