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The whole sector aligns against him in a new coalition.

The whole sector aligns against him in a new coalition.

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If tariffs go back up, jobs will go to China, study says

If tariffs go back up, jobs will go to China, study says.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce accuses Trump of "poison pill proposals"

Trade experts say the NAFTA talks are likely to stall in the face of aggressive U.S. attempts to sharply increase content requirements for autos and auto parts.

It's switching plans for the plant from the Corolla to the Tacoma.

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The two automakers now own a stake in one another.

The two automakers now each own a stake in the other.

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WASHINGTON - The Trump administration on Thursday formally launched its effort to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico to try to win better terms for US workers and manufacturers. With a letter to lawmakers, Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said he triggered a 90-day consultation period with Congress, industries and the American public that would allow talks over one of the world's biggest trading blocs to begin by Aug 16. Renegotiation of NAFTA was

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One car was purchased by an 86-year-old man.

The cars all traveled on the same train.

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Total exports were up 15 percent

Mexico accounts for a fifth of North American auto production.

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Word of the recruiting spread quickly after a poster was published on LinkedIn by Tesla's senior technical recruiter. Thing is, you had to have an invitation to get in.

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According to reports, Great Wall officials are scouting locations.

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It's still the automaker's second most successful year ever.

It's still the automaker's second most successful year ever.

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Expect talk of jobs and NAFTA

Trump has been a harsh critic of domestic automakers.

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The possibility of levies on Mexican-made products appears to have spooked many automakers.

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With more production in Mexico accounting for more American sales, Nissan should be sweating.

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The thing is, he's a bit confused about the particulars.

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Apparently, it didn't help with the rhetoric.

Ford said it was "great meeting." Hmmm.

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UAW President Dennis Williams is hoping a new agreement would foster stronger unions in Mexico.

Williams claims Clinton told him she'd renegotiate the still controversial trade agreement signed into law by her husband way back in 1993.