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FCA emissions recall could be a high-cost job

The campaign involves the replacement of catalytic converters, which contain precious metals and can be labor-intensive to detach and replace.

Number to watch: $3.1 billion

The South Korean government last year invested $3.1 billion dollars in auto parts companies in an effort to shore up an industry hurt by declining sales.

Troubled Tesla hopes Y will be the answer

The reveal of the Model Y, signaling Tesla's eventual entry into the hot crossover segment, might have been the most conventional move yet from an automaker that's anything but.

How U.S. tariffs could benefit German brands

A breakthrough in eliminating trade barriers would help the Germans more than the Detroit 3, a top VW executive says.

Can Ghosn get a fair trial?

Automotive News Editor-in-Chief Keith Crain says the case against former Nissan executive Carlos Ghosn raises questions about the fairness of Japan's justice system.