Asia markets traded lower on Tuesday, after immigration measures taken by the Trump administration spurred jitters.
Industry officials said a sharp slump in the peso could offset import tariffs, leading them to consider Mexican manufacturing options, NBC News reports.
Asia markets traded mixed, where Toshiba shares came under pressure from a Nikkei report, while Samsung Group stocks pulled back after initial gains.
South Korea's Kospi index finished flat as investors eye the fate of Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee, following a Wednesday court hearing.
Japanese auto parts maker Takata took a major step toward putting its airbag scandal behind it on Friday, the NYT reports.
Asia shares traded mixed on Tuesday, with Japanese stocks under pressure from a relatively stronger yen.
Samsung shares slumped on Monday after news that a South Korean special prosecutor will seek an arrest warrant for the Samsung Group chief.
The Japanese automaker said it has been part of the "cultural fabric in the U.S. for nearly 60 years," NBC News reports.
Japanese automakers came under pressure, selling off more than 1 percent each after President-elect Donald Trump rebuked Toyota on Twitter.
Toyota shares dropped by as much as 3.1 percent in early trade.
The presidents of Toyota Motor and Honda Motor said they have no immediate plans to curb production in Mexico.
Carlos Ghosn, Renault-Nissan chairman & CEO, speaks with CNBC's Phil LeBeau about the automaker's strategy under President-elect Trump's potential trade rules.
Carlos Ghosn, Renault-Nissan chairman & CEO, speaks with CNBC's Phil LeBeau about the automaker's plans for self-driving cars.
China will soon slap a penalty on an unnamed U.S. automaker for monopolistic behavior, the official China Daily newspaper reported Wednesday.
Ford is going ahead with plans to move small-car production from the U.S. to Mexico despite Trump's threats to impose tariffs.
One of India's most popular politicians, Jayalalithaa Jayaraman, died on Monday following a massive cardiac arrest.
Brexit fears for U.K. based companies were stoked on Friday as multi-national businesses continued to eye a move abroad.
Asia markets trade mixed in cautious trade after Dow, S&P 500 post records.
An earthquake rocked northern Japan on Tuesday, generating a small tsunami that hit the same Fukushima region devastated by a 2011 quake.
Japan shares turned higher on Tuesday as the damage from an earthquake appeared moderate, while most other Asian markets rallied.