Trump called the Detroit three to increase production in the US

Trump called the Detroit three to increase production in the US

January 26, 2017 0 By autotimesnews

US President Donald Trump has met with the heads of concerns Ford, General Motors and Fiat Chrylser Automotive Mark Fields, Mary Barry and Sergio Marchionne.

The main topic was to discuss measures that would allow the automakers do not carry their assembly sites in other countries and open new plants in the United States. According to Trump, he is ready to simplify the procedure to start drawing up new models for companies and pledged to speed up building permits enterprises to companies that agree to locate the assembly.

Trump only met with the heads of the “Big Three Detroit” – top managers of Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Hyundai, which have factories in the United States and Mexico, were not invited to the talks.

The US president has once again threatened to increase duties on cars imported into the country from abroad, including from Mexico. Earlier, Ford refused to build a plant in Mexico, decided to invest $ 700 million on the ground in Michigan.

Concerns GM and Fiat Chrylser Automotive will invest in factories in the US billion dollars and collection pickups Ram Chrylser, may take from Mexico to Michigan.