Trump keeps making speeches and uncertainty remains the order of the day. In case you missed what happened last week, here is a recap of the main headlines in the automotive industry.

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Exports to the US increased by the end of 2016 in fear of what Trump could do next.

People are still fighting the increase in gas prices. Transport companies ask the government for a subsidy fund.

KIA will add a Hyundai model to its production in Pesqueria, Nuevo Leon.

Volkswagen hit rock bottom after its diesel scandal. The company is not worried about Trump.




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Ford reported its 2016 numbers and unfortunately, the results were not as good as in 2015.

The fight continues… Trump wants Mexico to pay for his wall through a 20 percent tax on Mexican imports.

The US President might not believe in global warming. Regardless, Elon Musk is pushing for a carbon tax.

Uncertainty has put merger and acquisition activities on hold. Numbers are lower than in 2016.

Trump had a meeting with Ford, GM and FCA to push for more US production.


Don’t forget to follow us on twitter at @mexautomotive and @mexautomotriz for the latest industry news.

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