We won’t be overzealous.” — CAW president Ken Lewenza.
Sacrifices were made, now workers should reap benefits too: Stanford.
Automakers seek alternatives for resin used in fuel, brake lines.
China has imposed duties on imports of some U.S.-made vehicles, claiming damage from foreign automakers due to dumping and subsidies in the latest round of trade friction.
Thai flooding revived predictions that foreign businesses might flee Thailand, which has endured crisis after crisis – manmade and natural – in the past decade.
Rapidly increasing fuel prices and demand for low emission vehicles are driving consumers away from large trucks and sport utility vehicles to more efficient cars.
Car parts maker Magna International Inc. will build a new factory in Mexico to produce stamped and welded assemblies for several automakers.
Steel makers are focused on developing a third generation of advanced high-strength steel. Photo: iStockphoto As automakers focus more on light-weighting vehicles, there has been some debate over which is better: alloys such as aluminum and magnesium or advanced high-strength…