German automaker expected to make a decision in the next six months; relative weakness of the U.S. dollar against the euro could make the U.S. more attractive.
New orders dropped 2.5 percent, continuing a six-month weakening trend and reaching lowest level since October 2006.
Automaker will comply with fuel standards imposed by Congress, but vice chairman says technology support is best way to wean General Motors off foreign oil.
French, Italian and Japanese car manufacturers made the most environmentally friendly automobiles for sale in Europe last year, while BMW and Daimler had the highest polluting cars.
Testy relations with environmentalists and questions about quality are a headache for the automaker this year, especially after unveiling new SUV that doesn't have a hybrid option.
Company says $28 billion in orders for 163 aircraft 'reflects customer confidence in the European aircraft manufacturer'; 132 commitments from three customers also were placed.
French carmaker considering a plan to build a manufacturing plant and is exploring a potential partnership with Israeli entrepreneur Shai Agassi.
Former Meat Hope head Minoru Tanaka indicted for falesly labeling about 138 tons of pork-and-chicken product as '100 percent beef'; three other execs were released.
As major players like GM and Chrysler unveil their newest hybrids, analysts say automakers will be lucky to break even initially.
Steel companies considering joint production of steel sheets for cars as automakers eye aggressive expansion in India, according to a media report.
Agribusiness conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Group's proposed joint venture to assemble Chinese cars in Thailand would have an initial plant capacity of 4,000 to 5,000 vehicles.
Chicago-based airplane maker accusing rival of taking advantage of up to $205 billion in European subsidies to win long-standing Boeing customers and become the world airplane leader.
Deal between the airplane maker and the low-cost airline transavia.com is listed as worth $523 million and includes the option for three more planes.
European Commission wants to make sure France's $140 million grant to PSA Peugeot-Citroen to develop a hybrid diesel car doesn't break EU rules on state subsidies.
Garmin Ltd. will make another bid for digital map maker Tele Atlas and could offer more than $60 per share as it tries to wrangle the company away from rival TomTom.
Explosion at factory east of Tokyo is being investigated by police for suspicion it may have involved professional negligence resulting in the deaths and injuries.
Oil prices dropped about $1 per barrel after a key OPEC member left open the possibility of an output increase to curb rising prices and an energy agency lowered its forecast for demand.
Investments reach $67.8 billion in October; figure has been climbing steadily despite recent government curbs on industries such as auto manufacturing and textiles.
European Commission likely to consider commitments that could be offered by the German manufacturer to allay fears its $16.6 billion purchase of Siemens' VDO could hinder competition.
GDL union striking at both passenger and freight services as they try to increase the pressure on the national railway in a bitter pay dispute.
World’s largest free educational forum dedicated to manufacturing gets underway.
Order for 140 planes from Airbus and Boeing considered a boost for the global airline industry and a sign of the Middle Eastern airlines' rapid expansion.
Private bedrooms, a movie theater, a gym with a jacuzzi: luxury's the name of the game for Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's more-than-$300 million super-sized airplane.
Safety watchdog General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection, and Quarantine said production of Australian toy was outsourced to Wangqi Product Factory in Shenzhen, China.