Despite protectionist rhetoric, they’re encouraged by Trump’s comment about just tweaking NAFTA.
Combining with British brand Vauxhall would create second-largest carmaker by market share in Europe.
Booming China sales offset the damage from emissions cheating scandal.
Automaker says the investment has been planned for months, and not related to pressure from Donald Trump
North American continues to be a big driver of the automaker’s optimism.
Barra says it’s too early to speculate on potential impacts of border tax from importing vehicles made in Mexico.
President-elect claims the automaker is sending vehicles to the US from Mexico tax free.
Automaker trying to reduce inventory on dealer lots.
Money will pay for new equipment and machinery at factories in Tonawanda, Lockport and Rochester.
Bains open to support automakers expand their footprints in Canada, but no details on the amount.
There may be more jobs available at truck and SUV factories where sales are growing.
Automaker says moves are meant to align production to demand for the cars.
Deal includes two wage increases of 2% and signing bonuses that total $12,000 over the next four years.
Investment in Canada was the No. 1 priority, but not be at the expense of the rest of the membership.
Deal includes a commitment by the automaker to invest $554-million in its Canadian operations.