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Honda confirms it will close UK plant, but insists it has nothing to do with Brexit

"This decision is not related to Brexit," Takahiro Hachigo, Honda’s chief executive, said a news conference in Tokyo.
European wines are now cheaper in Japan.

Tokyo shoppers get big bargains on French and Italian wine on Day 1 of ‘cars-for-cheese’ trade pact

The largest ever bilateral trade deal kicks in on Friday, eliminating almost all tariffs between economies that make up about a third of global GDP.

Global markets are tumbling after shockingly weak data out of China shows wounds of Trump’s trade war

Fear has taken hold in equity markets after China's industrial production plummeted, sparking a sell-off that spread globally.
German football supporters watch the 2010 FIFA World Cup semi final match between Germany and Spain at a live public viewing on a large screen monitor at FIFA Fanmeile on July 7, 2010 in Berlin, Germany.

Germany’s economy is getting hammered by the rest of the world’s problems

Europe's economic powerhouse is being hit by a cocktail of global issues — a trade war, Brexit, Italy — casting doubts on future growth.

Automakers plunge as China plots retaliatory tariffs on US products

China said Tuesday it would respond to the Trump administration's $50 billion worth of tariffs on Chinese products with its own tariffs on US products.

Geely covets Daimler tech with $9 billion stake, shares surge

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Cadillac could be the next Tesla if General Motors markets it right

General Motors could do much more with its popular brand, Cadillac, with just the right marketing push, a Morgan Stanley analyst notes.

Tesla is trading down ahead of Wednesday’s earnings report

The electric automaker has had some "production bottlenecks" in its new Model 3 sedan line.

Tesla burns way more cash on R&D than traditional car makers

Tesla Motors is playing the long game.