Mexico’s auto industry registered record production and export numbers for both cars and light trucks during the first five months of 2012, reports the nation’s Automobile Industry Association (AMIA). Auto exports from India to non-European countries have also increased significantly, with over 12,000 more vehicles exported in May than April. Mexico’s record output From January Read on! →


From the time that President Nixon signed away a large portion of America’s financial future to China, the economic relationship between the two superpowers has become increasingly imbalanced. The Obama administration is the latest to enjoy the fruits of Nixon’s labor, and as The Detroit News reports, it is attempting to claw its way back Read on! →


The Detroit Free Press reports that Ford is dissatisfied with its access to the South Korean market, thanks to the 2007 U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement negotiated by then-President George W. Bush and South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak. Ford argues that Congress – which never approved the agreement in the first place – isn’t doing enough Read on! →