Advocacy

Representing international automakers in Washington, D.C. and 50 state capitals.

Trade & Competitiveness

Smart Policies Allow U.S. Automotive Communities to Thrive

Automakers are making significant investments into their workforce, manufacturing and communities in the United States.  Autos Drive America supports the adoption of free trade policies as they lead to expanded competition and increased consumer choice. Trade policies have to strike the right balance between policies that increase investment at home and expand exports abroad.

Autos Drive America supports policies that are:

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Rules-based agreements

Rules-based agreements promote open trade by reducing uncertainty and creating predictable trade policies.

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Equal treatment

Equal, non-discriminatory treatment of companies manufacturing vehicles in the U.S. help expand competition and consumer choice.

Rules-based agreements

Rules-based agreements promote open trade by reducing uncertainty and creating predictable trade policies.

Equal treatment

Equal, non-discriminatory treatment of companies manufacturing vehicles in the U.S. help expand competition and consumer choice.

Jobs. Trade. Growth.

Fair and progressive trade and investment policies allow international automakers to play a critical role in American job creation, manufacturing, economic growth, and technological innovation.

Bulletin lJune 16, 2021

Hyundai Sets Launch of U.S. BEV Production for 2022

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Workforce Development lJune 15, 2021

Mazda Foundation (USA), INC. Awards Grant to Support Stem Education in Southern California

The Mazda Foundation (USA) Inc., announced a $150,000.00 grant...

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Community lJune 11, 2021

Honda Rallies North American Team to Support Local Communities, Address Food and Hunger Needs

Honda is enlisting the efforts of its associates, dealers and ...

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Bulletin lJune 08, 2021

Vehicle Terminal Opens at US port of Mobile, Alabama

The port of Mobile in the US state of Alabama has a new $60m f...

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Community lJune 07, 2021

Toyota Helps Los Angeles Fire Department Mobilize COVID-19 Vaccine Efforts

Toyota will collaborate with the city of Los Angeles and Los A...

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Bulletin lJune 03, 2021

Toyota AI Ventures Announces Rebrand as Toyota Ventures and an Additional $300M to Invest in Emerging Technologies and Carbon Neutrality

Toyota’s first standalone, early-stage venture capital firm,...

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Bulletin lJune 02, 2021

Mazda Toyota Manufacturing Unveils First Alabama Production Model

Mazda Toyota Manufacturing (MTM) announced the first vehicle i...

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Workforce Development lJune 02, 2021

Alabama’s Auto Industry Looks to Add More Than 3,000 New Jobs in Wake of COVID

As Alabama’s economy continues to dig its way out of the lul...

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Workforce Development lJune 02, 2021

Mercedes Supplier Looks to Hire More Than 400 People

One Mercedes supplier in west Alabama expects to create more t...

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Bulletin lJune 01, 2021

Subaru of Indiana Automotive Announces Supplier Award Winners

Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) is recognizing 18 suppliers...

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Bulletin lJune 01, 2021

Electrify America and Hyundai Announce Agreement to Provide Future All-Electric IONIQ 5 Drivers with Two Years of Complimentary Fast Charging

Electrify America announced a new agreement with Hyundai to pr...

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Community lJune 01, 2021

Subaru of America Dedicates June to Sharing Hope and Warmth with Those Battling Cancer

Subaru of America, Inc. announced that it will continue its lo...

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