Strike Casualty: Stellantis Backs Out of CES; BMW Going with NACS – Autoline Daily 3672

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0:00 UAW Strike Costs U.S. Economy $7.7 Billion
0:42 UAW Casualty: Stellantis Pulls Out Of CES
1:20 Unifor Sets Strike Date with Stellantis
1:45 Ford Announces Organizational Change
2:50 EU Battle of Direct Sales vs. Dealerships
4:15 BMW Surrenders, Goes with NACS
4:57 Red States Target EVs With Fees
6:00 BYD’s Q3 Profit to Soar 
6:27 Japanese OEMs Partner on Hydrogen IC Engines
8:07 1948 Cadillac Honored for Plastics Breakthrough

Story Links:
– UAW Strike Costing U.S. Economy Billions:

– Stellantis Backs Out of CES:

– Unifor Sets Sights on Stellantis:

– Ford Announces Executive Changes:–comple.html

– BMW Adopting Direct Sales:

– NIO Considers Dealer Network:

– BMW Going with Tesla’s NACS:

– BMW 5 Series Wagon Teaser:

– EVs Hit with Bigger Fees in Red States:

– BYD’s Profits Soar:

– Japanese OEMs Partner on Hydrogen-Powered ICEs:

– 1948 Cadillac Honored for Plastic Taillight Covers:

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