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Global Automakers' members help build a dynamic American automobile industry. Thanks to the investments of our members in the U.S., this dynamism is seen in states like Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Alabama, California, and Michigan. Our members continue to help the U.S. maintain its leadership and global competitiveness.

Global Automakers support the adoption of free trade policies as it leads to expanded competition and improved consumer choice. The Association advocates for open investment and the removal of trade barriers.

Issues in Action

Jun
24
2016
By John Bozzella, President and CEO

What is an American car? It is a question that periodically, and regularly, surfaces. This week a professor at American University in Washington, DC published the latest version of his index in an attempt to answer the question.

May
25
2016
By John Bozzella, President and CEO

The auto industry is changing rapidly.  Technology is transforming our vehicles in ways we couldn’t have imagined even a few years ago. The cars and trucks we will drive tomorrow will be cleaner, safer and more efficient than ever before.

Apr
20
2016
By John Bozzella, President and CEO

Early in my automotive career, I moved from the East coast to the Detroit area.  Naturally, I understood immediately the impact of the industry on the region.  But our industry’s growth and expansion beyond the midwest – and its creation of new automotive communities -- did not hit home for me until I began at Global Automakers.

Mar
19
2016
By John Bozzella, President and CEO

Last year Alabama-made vehicles were exported to 76 countries around the world. Today, Alabama is the third leading auto-exporting state, trailing only Michigan and South Carolina. This fact may come as a surprise to some. But it highlights how the U.S. auto industry has changed.  

Mar
15
2016
Global Automakers has submitted comments on a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) issued by the Department of Energy (DOE) published December 29, 2015. In the NPRM, the DOE proposes that importers of certain products subject to an energy conservation standard provide, prior to importation, a certification of admissibility to the DOE.

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