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EU offers to eliminate auto tariffs — Trump says, 'It's not good enough'

So EU's Juncker says if U.S. enacts new tariffs, EU will do the same

EU's Juncker says if U.S. enacts new tariffs, EU will do the same

US to join EU in fighting Russian auto recycling fee as trade barrier

If they're not going to get you on the front end, they'll get you on the back end. That's what the European Union is accusing the Russian government of doing with automotive trade restrictions, and the US appears to agree, Reuters reports. The US is joining the EU in a World Trade Organization (WTO) claim that Russia is violating trade agreements by imposing an auto-recycling fees on cars im

Obama calls for trade case against China

According to an Automotive News report, the U.S. government has launched a trade case that focuses on ending Chinese subsidies of its automotive industry, which threaten American auto industry jobs.

U.S. filing trade complaint against China for auto tariffs

Automotive News China reports the United States is set to file a complaint with the World Trade Organization against China for tariffs on American-built vehicles. The duties cover around 80-percent of the vehicles imported from the U.S. and are expected to cost U.S. automakers $3.3 billion. Interestingly enough, Zach Bowman

President Obama speaks out against China's lock on rare earth metals

It's not a secret that China has a near stranglehold on the world's supply of rare earth metals, but when President Obama spoke out against that country's control of the market today, the information probably spiked a bit on people's "is that true?" meters.

REPORT: U.S. psyched as China decides to cut auto part tariffs

Chinese-market 2010 Buick Regal – Click above for high-res image gallery

France's Sarkozy urges verification that U.S. auto aid jibes with world trade rules

The European Union made noises last year about having the WTO verify that the U.S. auto industry assistance package doesn't violate any international trade rules. Now French President Nicolas Sarkozy has said he will ask the World Trade Organization to stick their hands into the matter.

European Union may complain to WTO over Detroit bailout

The US Congress is contemplating a bailout of $25 billion or more for US automakers, and the European Union is watching closely. European Commission President, Jose Manuel Barroso, told Europe 1 Radio that he is prepared to rat out the US government to the World Trade Organization if the EU considers the bailout illegal.