Mexican auto parts manufacturers with clients across North America expect a record year after U.S. approval of a trade deal mandating higher regional inputs, but the new rules pose a bigger challenge to carmakers. After months of wrangling, U.S. lawmakers on Thursday ratified the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), brokered at the behest of President Donald Trump to replace the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The accord, which Canada's parliament is expected to app
Tariffs 'are hereby indefinitely suspended,' Trump tweets.
As deadline looms, 'There has been some movement on their part,' Pence says.
Mexico sends 600,000 to 700,000 barrels of oil to the U.S. every day.
The top seller was a lifted Shelby pickup truck that went for $99,685.
This in spite of no-tariffs trade agreement his administration negotiated.
They were parked pending shipments of the correct steering wheels
Part of an overall decline in North American sales.
Trump: "Autoworkers must be taken care of or there will be no deal."
This as nations meet on unified strategy for Trump auto tariff threats
There were more than 25,000 murders across Mexico last year.
Glancing constantly at his rear view mirror, truck driver "El Flaco" journeys the highways of Mexico haunted by the memory of when he was kidnapped with his security detail by bandits disguised as police officers two years ago.
Automakers say NAFTA collapse would cost them $10B a year and eliminate 50,000 U.S. auto parts jobs