USMCA replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement.
One of the biggest wins is the deal the exempts a percentage of eligible auto exports from tariffs: president of Global Automakers of Canada.
More access to dairy but Canada saves dispute provision, accommodation reached on Section 232 tariffs.
US farmers get more access to the Canadian dairy market, but NAFTA dispute-resolution process stays.
Powertrain unit will focus on transmission and other driveline-related systems.
Received information the automakers held meetings to discuss clean technologies aimed at limiting car exhaust emissions.
Technology collaboration eliminates mass and consolidates parts.
ACEA warns against overly stringent CO2 targets, and unrealistic sales quota for battery electric vehicles.
They’re looking at potential “landing zones” where both parties can agree.
Pressure is on Canada to agree, or Trump threatened to impose new taxes on Canadian auto imports.
Judge said excluding the electric car maker from a grace period singled out Tesla for harm.
Defects are spotted and fixed before vehicles roll off the assembly line.
Trade experts say Canada’s omission is partly a tactic by the White House to divide and conquer.
The automaker’s facilities in Oshawa are now 100% landfill free.
Province says the decision is government policy that does not fall within the court’s jurisdiction.