US NAFTA objectives don’t mention auto sector specifically, but calls for stiffer rules of origin and more stringent environmental and labour standards.
The plant will have an annual production capacity of about 300,000 vehicles; it’s due to begin operations by 2021.
Automaker expects to sell 5.08 million vehicles for the fiscal year through March 2018.
The EPA extended compliance deadlines by a year in June.
Company names new management in an attempt to chart a turnaround.
Sales volumes are up 5% to 2,332 vehicles.
Close to 10 million inflators with the highest risk of rupturing remained in use as of the end of March, analysis finds.
FBI alleges Alphons Iacobelli gave a former UAW vice-president and his wife more than $1.2 million in gifts.
Q2 net profit up a scant 2% compared with a year ago, to $2.9 billion.
Follows similar moves in France and Norway to replace internal combustion engines with electric and hybrid options.
US District Judge refuses to release Oliver Schmidt on bond from a Michigan jail, saying he might flee.
Newsmagazine report claims the automakers have colluded for years over diesel technology.
Bill prohibits states from imposing their own laws related to the design and construction of self-driving cars.
Boston Consulting Group says a 15% border tax would cost US automakers and suppliers $22 billion per year.
Automaker expects recall to cost $254.21 million.