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! →

Toyota has plans to begin exporting the new Toyota Camry to South Korea by January, reports the Detroit Free Press. U.S.-made Camrys will be exported. Stronger yen values and a desire for reciprocation after Americans purchased Kias and Hyundais helped fuel the decision. Sending 6,000 Camrys per year The 7,000 workers at the Toyota assembly 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! →

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! →