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    Two senators in Ohio, home to the unfortunate Lordstown Assembly plant, want answers from General Motors. Following the automaker's announcement that it will withdraw the plant's sole product - the Chevrolet Cruze - in March of 2019, leaving the factory's remaining 1,500 workers out of a job...
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    We previously reported that General Motors was seeking an exemption from U.S. tariffs that could affect the domestic wellbeing of the Buick Envision, the brand's Chinese-made utility vehicle positioned between the Encore and Enclave. At the time, GM hadn't weighed in on if it would pull the...
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    Andrew Wheeler, the acting head of the Environmental Protection Agency, said the United States needs a single standard for fuel efficiency for cars and trucks on Tuesday. It's a sentiment shared by Mary Nichols, head of California Air Resources Board, but it's likely to put the two at odds...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    America's gas war is heating after 17 states, as well as the District of Columbia, filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency's decision to redefine U.S. vehicle emissions and fuel efficiency rules through 2025. In April, EPA chief Scott Pruitt said the existing standards for...
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    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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    As the U.S., Mexico, and Canada enter into the final day of the seventh round of NAFTA renegotiation talks, President Trump is offering his neighbors an incentive for signing a favorable deal. "Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum will only come off if new & fair NAFTA agreement is signed," Trump...
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