All eyes are on General Motors right now.
Reuters - Autoblog
Congress still has to approve it.
BERLIN — Top executives from German carmakers Volkswagen, BMW and Daimler are finalizing plans for a White House meeting on trade policy next week, German and U.S. officials said on Thursday. Officials from the carmakers, asking not to be named, said the meeting was tentatively set for Tuesday, and would include VW Chief Executive Herbert Diess, Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche and BMW production chief Oliver Zipse. President Donald Trump has been harshly critical of German automakers and what
Cruise co-founder Kyle Vogt becomes president, CTO.
Community sued to stop the westside project.
'Many more cars would be built here, and GM would not be closing their plants.'
And they'll still be vastly under capacity in the face of slumping demand.
It requires finding new positions for 150 workers.
One report says Trump could impose 25 percent duty on imports next week.
Looks like he's talking about the $7,500 EV tax credit.
He had promised Ohioans last year that jobs were 'all coming back.'
"I've moved my family twice for this company and they do this to me."
Oshawa, Lordstown, Hamtramck, Baltimore, Warren affected.
Vote was unanimous, though Mitsubishi is still investigating.
Hamilton becomes the first driver to score more than 400 points in a season.