FCA, General Motors and Ford to meet with Trump in the White House

FCA, GM, Ford Casa Blanca Trump

it Seems that things in America are going more quickly than had originally been planned. Donald Trump just takes six days in his recliner chair and already are changing many things in the economy american. To avoid surprises, the three large manufacturers of the country Fiat Chrysler Cars (FCA), General Motors and the Ford Motor Company since have met with the president of the united States in order to meet, establish ties and discuss other issues of common interest.

In it were present the highest representatives of each group, which are Mark Fields in the case of Ford Motor, Sergio Marchionne in the case of FCA and Mary Bar for General Motors. As we can see, they were all gathered around the same table and it seems that the talk was very entertaining. In it have been dealt with the main points that Trump asserted in his race for the White House and that so much controversy arose among the manufacturers.


The main point discussed has been the review of standards, anti-pollution that the former president Barack Obama established in the law of economy of fuel. The second aspect treated is more thorny since Trump wants the manufacturers produce their models in the united States and if you stop it has to impose strong sanctions will. As is logical, the three manufacturers have a strong interest in that this will never happen since they have large production centers in Mexico and other Latin american countries.

To solve the first point (a standard anti-pollution) Trump has said that will help american companies to pollute more. The reason given is that they are very strict and are out of control. With this motion gives the reason that signaled that Trump had no scruples and was against to preserve the environment and fight against climate change.

with Respect to address the second point (production of cars in the U.S.) and the three manufacturers have publicly committed to to move part of its production to the country. With this commitment to the production centres they have in Mexico and other countries will lose part of their productive capacity, although at no time have said they are going to shut down their factories.

Of this meeting, all the leaders went out very happy because we all have much to gain. Now we will see how to evolve the conversations and agreements.

Source – Millennium