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Number to watch: $32.5 billion

The value of American auto parts shipments to Mexico in 2018 hit $32.5 billion, an increase of $2.5 billion over 2017, according to Commerce Department data.

Amid turmoil, dubious decisions

Electrification is a need that has yet to be defined or practically evaluated, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.

VW seeks U.S. boost as counter to China

CEO Herbert Diess says recent international trade disputes have exacerbated the need to improve sales and profitability in the giant German automaker's long-struggling U.S. operations.

GM urges patience as Silverado falls to No. 3

Executives insist the shake-up in a closely watched battle with major image and profit implications isn't a sign of trouble and say the pickups' launches are going as planned.

Chinese EVs turn up heat on U.S.

If domestic automakers in the United States are unable to develop compelling electric vehicles that can compete with the Chinese, they are likely to lose market share, and the results would be a decrease in automotive exports as well as job losses.

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