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Here for America tells the story of international automakers, their ever-growing impact on the U.S. economy, and the benefits they provide to local communities.
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Here For America Statement Regarding Decision to Withhold Publication of Section 232 Auto Report

We are disappointed with today’s decision to withhold publication of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Section 232 auto report.

Here For America Statement on Senate Passage of USMCA

Today’s passage of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) signifies the next chapter in this important trilateral trade relationship.

HERE FOR AMERICA STATEMENT ON U.S.-CHINA TRADE DEAL

“Here For America is encouraged that the U.S. and China have agreed to a Phase One trade deal that allows automakers to continue exporting American-made vehicles.”

About Us

Here For America is dedicated to the growth and success of the U.S. auto industry. We represent the U.S. operations of international motor vehicle manufacturers, and the interests of original equipment suppliers, and other automotive-related trade associations.

Here For America members have invested $88 billion in U.S.-based production facilities, produced nearly 5 million vehicles last year, and directly employ 137,000 Americans and support more than 2.58 million U.S. jobs. The Association collaborates with executive branch officials and elected leaders at the state and federal level to educate and advocate for policies that support open trade and investment to encourage a healthy, globally competitive U.S. auto industry.