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  • Three sources briefed on the protectionist U.S. proposal, which is in line with President Donald Trump's goal of shrinking a trade deficit with Mexico and stemming the loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs, said it also seeks sharply higher North American automotive content overall. "There's no question there are some difficult proposals," Baker told reporters at...

  • President Donald Trump's goal of shrinking a trade deficit with Mexico and stemming the loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs, said it also seeks sharply higher North American automotive content overall. The proposal was made during contentious talks in Washington, in the fourth of seven planned rounds of negotiations to overhaul the treaty.

  • President Donald Trump's goal of shrinking a trade deficit with Mexico and stemming the loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs, said it also seeks sharply higher North American automotive content overall. The proposal was made during contentious talks in Washington, in the fourth of seven planned rounds of negotiations to overhaul the treaty.

  • Cramer Remix: Silent powerhouse stocks like this one are key to strong markets

    Jim Cramer highlighted an under-the-radar stock that has become a juggernaut of the market.

  • Jim Cramer on the set of Mad Money.

    Jim Cramer highlighted an under-the-radar stock that has become a juggernaut of the market.

  • A General Motors' worker assembles a Cadillac ATS on the assembly line at the General Motors Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant.

    Deutsche Bank shared with its clients the auto and auto parts stocks that its analysts are watching ahead of the earnings season.

  • Ford F150 pickup on display during the 2015 Detroit International Auto Show at the COBO Center in downtown Detroit.

    A maxed-out luxury pickup truck can cost nearly $100,000.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 12- The U.S. auto parts industry could lose up to 50,000 jobs if the North American Free Trade Agreement is terminated and companies must pay higher tariffs to ship products to Mexico and Canada, according to a new study set for release on Thursday. Ending NAFTA, however, would result in a full reversion to tariffs under World Trade Organization...

  • Oct 10- Canadian auto parts producer Magna International Inc said on Tuesday it had joined a consortium including BMW and Intel Corp to develop a self-driving vehicle platform for the use of auto makers by 2020.. The move comes as automakers are increasingly seeking alliances to share the high costs of developing self-driving vehicle technology, which...

  • LONDON, Oct 10- Silicon Valley graphics chipmaker NVIDIA unveiled on Tuesday the first computer chips for developing fully autonomous vehicles and said it had more than 25 customers working to build a new class of driverless cars, robotaxis and long-haul trucks. Deutsche Post DHL Group, the worlds largest mail and logistics company, and ZF, a top automotive...

  • LONDON, Oct 10- Silicon Valley graphics chipmaker NVIDIA unveiled on Tuesday the first computer chips for developing fully autonomous vehicles and said it had more than 25 customers working to build a new class of driverless cars, robotaxis and long-haul trucks. Deutsche Post DHL Group, the worlds largest mail and logistics company, and ZF, a top automotive...

  • TOKYO, Oct 10- Japan's government sought on Tuesday to contain the fallout from the disclosure by the nations third-biggest steel maker, Kobe Steel Ltd, that it had fabricated data on components used in cars, aircraft and space rockets, sending shock waves through the Japanese manufacturing sector. Faced with the latest in a series of missteps that have...

  • Tesla says report  is 'fundamentally wrong' as shares drop

    Tesla shares are falling on a report it's having problems automating Model 3 production, but the company says the report is "wrong."

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 6- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce warned on Friday that the Trump administration was making "highly dangerous demands" in the North American Free Trade Agreement modernization talks that could erode U.S. business support and torpedo the negotiations. John Murphy, the chamber's senior vice president for international policy, said the largest U.S....

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 6- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce warned on Friday that the Trump administration was making "highly dangerous demands" in the North American Free Trade Agreement modernization talks that could erode U.S. business support and torpedo the negotiations. U.S., Canadian and Mexican negotiators are preparing for a fourth round of talks to update the 23-...

  • Catalonia is a hub for industry and tourism accounting for a fifth of Spain's economic output, a production base for major multinationals from Volkswagen to Nestle and home to Europe's fastest-growing sea port. The region contributed roughly a quarter of Spain's exports in 2016, with chemicals, auto parts, vehicles and food accounting for about half of...

  • Catalonia is a hub for industry and tourism accounting for a fifth of Spain's economic output, a production base for major multinationals from Volkswagen to Nestle and home to Europe's fastest-growing sea port. The region contributed roughly a quarter of Spain's exports in 2016, with chemicals, auto parts, vehicles and food accounting for about half of...

  • Catalonia is a hub for industry and tourism accounting for a fifth of Spain's economic output, a production base for major multinationals from Volkswagen to Nestle and home to Europe's fastest-growing sea port. The region contributed roughly a quarter of Spain's exports in 2016, with chemicals, auto parts, vehicles and food accounting for about half of...

  • Catalonia is a hub for industry and tourism accounting for a fifth of Spain's economic output, a production base for major multinationals from Volkswagen to Nestle and home to Europe's fastest-growing sea port. The region contributed roughly a quarter of Spain's exports in 2016, with chemicals, auto parts, vehicles and food accounting for about half of...

  • *BMW and Mercedes facing up to Tesla. FRANKFURT, Oct 3- BMW and Mercedes are betting they can mass produce new electric cars based on conventional vehicles, defying sceptics who say they will need more radical designs to head off the threat from Tesla and other start-up carmakers. It is difficult to earn money with it, "said BMW research and development chief Klaus...