Ford to Halt Production in Australia

May 23 (Bloomberg) -- Ford will stop making cars in Australia, nine decades after founder Henry Ford first began building Model Ts in the country, as a surge in the currency undermines the local industry’s ability to compete with import. Julie Hyman reports on today's "Global Outlook" on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Canadian Auto Parts Maker Under Threat by Trump
44:23 - As President Donald Trump pushes to renegotiate NAFTA with Canada and Mexico, a Canadian auto-parts maker is beginning to feel the squeeze. Linamar has 24,500 workers spread around 12 countries. Bloomberg's Gerrit de Vynck talks to the CEO about the challenges ahead. (Source: Bloomberg)
  • Does a U.S. Border Adjustment Tax Have Enough Support?
  • How Will Trump Tax Reform Be Paid For?
  • The Red-State Weatherwoman on a Climate Change Mission