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Jul
26

Alliance Statement on U.S.-E.U. Tariff Discussions

We are pleased to hear that the U.S. and E.U. have reached an agreement to work together to facilitate trade on both sides of the Atlantic and we look forward to learning more. After all, the U.S. and E.U. have a long-standing relationship as strong allies and trading partners. Today’s announcement demonstrates that bilateral negotiations […]

Jul
9

North American Industrywide Joint Statement on NAFTA Modernization Discussions

Washington, D.C. – Automotive industry associations representing vehicle and parts manufacturers in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico today urged a renewed focus on trade negotiations with the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to modernize NAFTA. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, American Automotive Policy Council, Association of Global Automakers, Asociación Mexicana de la Industria Automotriz, Canadian Vehicle […]

Jun
11

Automakers Urge States with Electric Vehicle Mandates to Adopt Policies that will Increase Sales

The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (Auto Alliance) has sent letters to the governors of the nine states following California’s Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) mandate encouraging them to also follow California’s lead in adopting measures that can help increase sales, including investing in infrastructure, developing consumer incentives and committing to buy ZEVs for state and local […]

Apr
30

Alliance Statement on Current U.S. Draft of NAFTA Rules of Origin for Automobiles

Alliance members support the Administration’s goal of growing U.S. auto manufacturing and jobs.  However, there is a delicate balance that must be struck with auto rules of origin – one that continues to incentivize production in North America versus forgoing the NAFTA benefits and moving production to other low-cost production regions.  The Alliance is concerned […]

Nov
3

Alliance Statement on EV Tax Credit

Automakers are offering more than 30 models of electric vehicles in dealer showrooms but they represented only 1 percent of overall sales last year. There is no question that the potential elimination or phase out of the electric vehicle tax credit will impact the choices of prospective buyers and make it more challenging for manufacturers […]