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  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    During the Trump administration's year-long quest to roll back Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) targets, it attempted to give automakers in violation of the current standards a break by delaying the scheduled increase of penalties. The logic here is that the federal government is...
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    It's thought President Trump could tap an auto exec to take the National Highway Traffic Safety administrator position, unfilled since the White House changed teams in January. Advocacy groups worry that turning over the kingdom's keys to someone currently entrenched in the industry could lead...
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    General Motors has announced a $1 billion investment into its U.S. manufacturing facilities just a week after being called out by President-elect Donald Trump. GM is the latest automaker to be called out by President-elect Donald Trump for building new operations in Mexico and will look to...
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    The incoming Trump administration could possibly tax Canadian made cars at the same rate as Mexican ones. According to the Globe and Mail, Sean Spicer, a spokesman for president-elect Donald Trump, said border taxes will apply "when a company that's in the U.S. moves to a place, whether it's...
  5. Global Chevrolet News
    It's not just Ford's Mexican assembly plants that has President-elect steaming on Twitter. Donald Trump's latest online automotive salvo wasn't directed at the Blue Oval, which was a favorite corporate punching bag during the election campaign. Rather, it was General Motors' turn to be blasted...
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    GM congratulates both candidates and parties on their hard-fought campaigns. GM looks forward to working with President-elect Donald J. Trump and the new Congress on policies that support a strong and competitive U.S. manufacturing base. GM will continue to do its part to transform the future...
  7. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Despite the consternation stirred up by Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump over Ford's Mexican investments, General Motors will continue to push ahead with its own $800 million expansion south of the border. GM's plans center around advancing its global small-car lineup, the large...
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