Trade Agreements Transforming the North American Automotive Industry, 2015–2022

By 2022 TPP and TTIP Activity Could Account for Over 30% of Global Automotive Trade

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This groundbreaking study details the impact of global trade policies, both old and new, on the automotive industry as a whole. It first highlights which Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) are currently in force and which are under negotiation with respect to countries in North America (NA). With close to 44 agreements between NA countries and other nations, this region plays a dominant role in global trade. The research goes into fine detail as to the significance of these FTAs for OEMs and suppliers across different regions of the globe. It then extends into providing investment and trade prospects for value chain participants in different regions of the globe and covers how they can benefit from these FTAs. The st

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key Findings Executive Summary—Snapshot of Trade Agreements TimelineExecutive Summary—OEMs’ Global TradeExecutive Summary—Impact Analysis of Trade Regulations on Global Operations of Select OEMsExecutive Summary—Regional Automotive Impact of NA RegulationsExecutive Summary—Regional Automotive ImpactExecutive Summary—Expected Trends in Key Trade AgreementsExecutive Summary—Expected TrendsResearch Scope, Objectives, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aim and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch Background Research Methodology Key OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this Study SegmentationVehicle SegmentationOverview of Trade Agreements for North AmericaSnapshot of North American Trade AgreementsFree Trade Agreements for North AmericaTop 5 Regulatory Impacts on North American Automotive IndustryTrans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)Goals and Key Highlights of TPPTPP—Key Country Trade-offsCountries Divided in TPPNon-tariff Barriers for OEMs in JapanTransatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)Key Factors Determining the TTIPNorth American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)Key Factors Determining NAFTASouth Korea and United States Free Trade Agreement (KORUS)Key Factors Determining the KORUS FTACanada and South Korea Free Trade Agreement (CKFTA)Key Factors Determining the CKFTAMexico and Japan Free Trade Agreement Key Factors Determining Mexico—Japan AgreementPreferential Trade Agreement between Mexico and BrazilKey Factors Determining Mexico–Brazil AgreementImpact of Trade Agreements on the NA Automotive IndustryImpact of Trade Agreements on the NA Automotive Industry (continued)OEMs’ Strategies for Global Trade AgreementsGlobal Centers of Automotive ProductionBMWBMW (continued)DaimlerDaimler (continued)Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) (continued)Ford Motor CompanyFord Motor Company(continued)General Motors (GM)General Motors (GM) (continued)HondaHonda (continued)Hyundai KiaHyundai Kia (continued)Renault NissanRenault Nissan (continued)ToyotaToyota (continued)Volkswagen (VW)Volkswagen (VW)Key ConclusionsKey Conclusions—Rationale for OEMs’ SuccessKey Findings and Future OutlookTop 5 Growth OpportunitiesThe Last Word—Top 3 PredictionsAppendixLegal DisclaimerDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)Learn More—Next StepsMarket Engineering Methodology

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