Is Japan interested in an even-Steven free trade agreement with foreign powers? Ford Motor Co. and a group of U.S. Democratic senators don’t think so. CLICK HEREif you missed the beginning of this article. Try this if you’re looking for a great auto loan bank rate. A yen for conflict According to the above senators, Read on! →

According to a Ford Motor Co.-underwritten study released Tuesday by the Center for Automotive Research in Ann Arbor, Mich., allowing Japan in to the Trans-Pacific Partnership would significantly increase Japanese exports of vehicles to the U.S. However, critics like Ford have warned that Japan’s relative closure to U.S. auto exports could lead to a loss Read on! →

Many of the major casualties of the U.S. auto industry collapse post 2008 were engineering jobs, notes Automotive News. Economic uncertainty led many talented engineers to jump ship for other industries. It’s been a slow climb back for automakers, who are pulling out the stops to bring top engineering talent back into the fold. Recruitment Read on! →