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General Motors could be impacted by new Mexico trade rules

New customs regulations in Mexico have added additional paperwork to shipments. This may complicate shipments as all parties in the supply chain work to adapt to the new regulations. Failure to comply could result in fines, and likely gives an advantage to companies that have more digital proc... Read more →

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Ford, GM see impact of chip shortage

Automakers reporting Q3 results over the past few weeks have had a common theme in talking about the chip shortage and the impact on business. Ford CFO John Lawler noted the challenges facing the industry saying they saw “lower-than-anticipated improvement in chip availability in the second ha... Read more →

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Ford, Volkswagen could shift if EV credits charge up

Canada and Mexico have issued warnings that potential tax credits for electric vehicle (EV) assembly in the U.S. may run afoul of USMCA. The USMCA sets out rules-of-origin requirements for cars to receive tariff reductions, and Canada and Mexico feel that the credits would undermine the commit... Read more →

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U.S. Steel looks to capitalize on record-high prices

U.S. Steel has announced plans for a new, 3 million ton capacity plant starting next year, counting on high steel prices to continue. CEO David Burritt said in an interview that “We have the winds at our backs. Steel prices seem to be sustainable.” Data on steel prices show that the average pr... Read more →

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Neumann, Shin Etsu in the path of Ida

Hurricane Ida has shut down the Port of New Orleans, likely halting imports and exports while the state of Louisiana recovers from the storm. Imports through the were already down before the storm, falling 20.7% year over year in Q2 and 24.9% in July. Imports are varied, but one of the largest... Read more →

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