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DETROIT AUTO SHOW

Made-in-America the must-have marque for the moment

Top execs keen to burnish US production credentials, avoid antagonising Trump
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 - 05:50

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A Lexus model at the show. Car industry executives representing Asian, German and American brands all touted US investments, as the automotive conclave opened to media and industry insiders.

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Fiat Chrysler's Mr Marchionne says the group would hold off additional investments in Mexico for the time being.

Detroit

AUTO executives rushed to offer fresh evidence of US investments at the start of the Detroit auto show on Monday, amid pressure from US President-elect Donald Trump to repatriate manufacturing jobs.

Mr Trump, who has threatened and singled out for scorn automakers seeking

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