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Two New York City men were sentenced last week to prison and are each ordered to pay restitution for their involvement in a fraudulent scheme to steal vehicles from six dealerships in Westchester, N.Y.
The CEOs of Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi will jointly lead their automaking alliance, splitting a role maintained by Carlos Ghosn for two decades as they forge a new path forward following his arrest this month.
Ford backed British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal to avoid a no-deal "catastrophe," but said she still needed to guarantee long-term frictionless trade, which is key to the future of its plants in Britain.
President Trump raised the prospect of slapping a 25 percent tariff on imported cars and ordered a review of China's retaliatory auto tariffs as his administration responded to GM's plant closures plans.
A federal judge in San Francisco ordered the Justice Department and Fiat Chrysler to hold new talks with a court-appointed settlement master to try to settle the government's civil suit over the company's diesel vehicle emissions.