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This Automaker with Ties to Mexico Is Writing Up a Trump Contingency Plan

Kia Motors said on Thursday it is drawing up a contingency plan to cope with the policies of U.S. President Donald Trump, reflecting growing wariness by Asian exporters about the prospect of U.S. 350 more words


THE HORRIBLE TRUTH ABOUT TRUMP - Interview With Louis Cammarosano

Donald Trump is moving faster than most people can keep up with the headlines. Here are a few headlines over the last 24 hours: 

Trump To Sign Executive Orders Restricting Immigration, Order Mexican Border Wall…

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Donald Trump says environmental regulations are ‘out of control’

President Trump told leaders of the country’s largest automakers Tuesday that he will curtail “unnecessary” environmental regulations and make it easier to build plants in the United States, changes that he expects will shore up the manufacturing jobs he repeatedly promised to voters on the campaign trail. 247 more words

Fiat Chrysler's CEO Thinks Donald Trump Will Be An Auto Industry 'Game Changer'

The CEO of Fiat Chrysler has said that Trump’s critical stance on North American free trade could affect the company’s future in the U.S.

Trump’s incoming presidency is a “big deal” says Sergio Marchionne speaking to Bloomberg Television. 268 more words


Ford Idles Assembly Plants in Michigan, Kentucky

Five assembly plants operated by Ford Motor Company will be idled this month, affecting traffic of Norfolk Southern, CSX and Kansas City Southern.

One of the plants is located in Louisville, Kentucky, and is served by CSX. 89 more words

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From Cars to Confectionery: Australia's Manufacturers Revamp Business

For autoparts maker Brian Hughes, the shock of Australia’s car industry closing down could have meant the end of his business. Instead, he reconfigured his facility to make machinery for the booming food and building sectors while bolstering exports. 675 more words


GM Canada To Finish 70,000 Or More Trucks a Year

General Motors’ Oshawa plant will do final assembly work on at least 70,000 pickup trucks a year once investments promised in its Canadian unit’s new labor agreement are complete, according to two sources close to negotiations. 383 more words