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  • Toyota to Export U.S.-Built Camrys to South Korea

     
    Toyota announced today it will export Camry sedans from Kentucky and Indiana to South Korea, making it the sixth U.S.-built vehicle the Japanese automaker exports. About 7,000 Camry sedans will ship from assembly plants in Georgetown, Ky., and Lafayette,...
  • Money laundering, tax evasion suck billions from Mexican economy

     
    The Mexican economy is "hemorrhaging" billions of dollars annually because of money laundering, tax evasion and other corruption, a new study has found....
  • South Koreans still angry over U.S. free-trade pact

     
    Free trade pact: South Koreans continue to protest a free-trade agreement signed with the U.S. that takes affect next month...
  • Colombia bomb injures ex-minister, kills 2 as new trade era dawns

     
    A former Colombian cabinet minister was injured in a bomb blast that killed five people in Bogota on the day that the Colombia-U.S. Free Trade Agreement starts taking effect...
  • American-Made Index: Odds and Ends

     
    Compiling the American-Made Index always brings its share of interesting tidbits, and this year had no shortage. Here are a few: For 2012, the highest domestic parts content for a single vehicle comes in the Toyota Matrix hatchback. According to......
  • Florida Governor on Trade Mission to Colombia

     
    Governor Scott will lead a trade mission to Bogotá, Colombia with more than 190 participants representing 116 Florida companies, statewide organizations and higher educational institutions to promote economic development opportunities in the Sunshine...
  • Clinton searches for the best message against Obama

    With her White House prospects in jeopardy, Hillary Rodham Clinton has shifted from one tactic to another in trying to overtake rival Barack Obama. She tried TV ads saying he ducked debates. She accused him of plagiarism. She disparaged his huge crowds....
  • Tensions between McCain and Palin camps come to light

    Sarah Palin left the national stage Wednesday, but the controversy over her role on the ticket flared as aides to John McCain disclosed new details about her expensive wardrobe purchases and revealed that a Republican Party lawyer would be dispatched to...
  • Obama to Canada: Sorry

    Obama to Canada: Sorry
    On Thursday, two days after triumphantly signing an economic stimulus measure that he had fought for nearly since taking office, President Obama will go to Ottawa to apologize for it. As is traditional for U.S. presidents, Obama will make his first...
  • Nasty turn in El Salvador

    Though tame perhaps by today's standards, El Salvador's civil war in the 1980s was a brutal front in the Cold War that claimed 75,000 lives. The country was a frightening place where right-wing hit men assassinated the archbishop of San Salvador as he...
  • U.S.-Mexico relationship hits some bumps

    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton ventures south of the border this week at a moment when the tricky dynamics of the U.S.-Mexico relationship are on full display. It's too soon to call it a rough patch, but a flap over cross-border trucking and...