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Ford: No plans, for now, to hike China prices

Ford has no plans to hike retail prices of imported Ford and Lincoln models in China, despite steep additional tariffs on imported U.S. vehicles set to come into play Friday. ... Read More »

U.S. tariff study raises concerns from 40 countries at WTO meeting

Major U.S. trading partners including the EU, China and Japan voiced deep concern at the World Trade Organization about possible U.S. measures imposing additional duties on imported cars and parts. ... Read More »

Japan Display bets on dashboard flash

Fully digital screens are replacing speedometers and dials in vehicles, making industry leader Japan Display optimistic about boosting sales to global carmakers. ... Read More »

CANADA: ‘Significant headwinds’ as sales slip 4 straight months

Canadian new vehicles sales fell for the fourth consecutive month in June, down 1.6 percent compared to last year,. The head of the Global Automakers of Canada says sales were strong but now face headwinds. ... Read More »

German automakers meet Trump envoy on trade threat, sources say

German auto industry leaders are making the case to the Trump administration that a trade feud with the U.S. will cause irreparable damage to global business. ... Read More »

Renault, Nissan to decide on merger within 2 years, sources say

Renault and Nissan have given themselves two years to decide on a possible merger between the two automakers or find an alternative mechanism to enhance their partnership, people familiar with the matter said. ... Read More »

Opel unions blast possible break up of tech center

Opel's unions condemned the possible partial sell-off of the automaker's Ruesselsheim-based randd arm, demanding management explain itself at a town hall meeting this week. ... Read More »

Hyundai shows the power of memories

In the latest new video to join our charts, Hyundai India shows it's easier said than done when it comes to getting rid of a family car. ... Read More »

FCA’s Canadian plants safe if Chrysler, Dodge die, Unifor says

Unifor President Jerry Dias says he is confident FCA's Canadian plants will survive even though the Chrysler and Dodge brands were left out of the company's five-year business plan last month. ... Read More »

Black Book: Wholesale Values Remain Stable at Start of Summer

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — Wholesale values continued to see little change last week, although demand for sporty cars appears to be dwindling as the average value of that segment has begun to drop, according to Black Book’s July 2 Market Insights report.Overall,...

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