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Jun
19

Alliance Statement on Mexican Passage of USMCA

Statement attributable to Alliance Interim President and CEO David Schwietert: “Since the Trump administration first announced its intent to modernize our existing trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, the Auto Alliance has reiterated the absolute necessity of preserving the integrated North American automotive supply chain and maintaining the auto industry’s global competitiveness. Likewise, it is […]

May
10

Alliance comments on Colorado Air Quality Control Commission hearing on Zero Emission Vehicle Rule:

“Automakers are providing our customers with record-breaking choices in electric vehicle (EV) models. We want to sell these vehicles in large numbers, and to do that, a team approach is crucial. We produce the autos, and we need to work alongside dealers, utilities, providers of charging stations, environmental groups, finance companies, the state and others to put more EVs on […]

Apr
18

Alliance Statement on U.S. International Trade Commission report on USMCA

The Auto Alliance looks forward to reviewing the U.S. International Trade Commission report on the economic impact of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). From the day the Trump Administration announced their intent to modernize our existing trade agreement with Canada and Mexico, the Auto Alliance reiterated the absolute necessity of preserving the integrated North American automotive […]

Apr
4

Alliance joins wide range of associations in agricultural sector, auto industry, chemical manufacturers, freight rail industry, and the trucking industry in expressing concerns with actions slowing commercial goods crossing U.S.-Mexico border. Read our letter to the White House here.

Dear Mr. Kudlow and Mr. Mulvaney: The undersigned associations representing the agricultural sector, the auto industry, chemical manufacturers, the freight rail industry, and the trucking industry write to express serious concerns with any new burdens that would slowdown or delay the movement of commercial goods across the U.S.-Mexico border. We strongly agree that a secure […]

Apr
3

The Importance of Maintaining Cross-Border Trade

Automakers rely heavily on cross-border trade throughout the North American region. In many instances, auto parts can cross the border multiple times before being integrated into the final assembly of a vehicle. We urge all parties to work together to avert a border closing that would result in significant disruptions to the North American auto […]

Mar
27

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao to Deliver Keynote for Future Mobility Conference

Washington, DC— Autos2050®, the premier tech and policy event created by 12 automakers who are transforming mobility, announced today that U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao will deliver the keynote address at the event’s Driving Innovation Awards Dinner on April 2, 2019.  “U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao has provided strong leadership by […]