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  • MICHauto Annual Meeting Kicks Off Detroit Auto Show Week

    The National Law Review: January 14, 2016

    The North American International Auto Show is in full swing this week in Detroit, with 40 new model introductions amid a frenzy of discussions about Mobility. Events kicked off last week with the Annual Meeting of MICHauto, an organization created by the Greater Detroit Chamber of Commerce to promote, retain and grow the automotive industry in Michigan.

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  • Detroit looks to revive its reputation as US auto capital

    CCTV America: January 13, 2016

    The city of Detroit is synonymous with American car manufacturing, but despite a strong revival in the U.S. auto industry, Detroit no longer has the prestige it once had. CCTV America’s Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Glenn Stevens, the Detroit Regional Chamber’s MICHauto and Strategic Development vice president.

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  • Our Editorial: Keep new auto tech in Michigan

    The Detroit News: January 12, 2016

    The North American International Auto Show is in full swing, and walking around Cobo Center feels like being transported to another planet. As the cars of the future become the cars of today, Michigan must be aggressive about keeping the high-tech jobs that are defining the auto industry here.

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  • Our Editorial: Auto industry must stay nimble

    The Detroit News: January 10, 2016

    General Motors’ recently announced partnership with Lyft is a big bet for an automaker that just eight years ago was bankrupt. But it shows GM — and the Detroit Big Three — have not just recovered from mistakes, but learned from them as well.

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  • Baruah: Economic inclusion unlocks community potential

    The Detroit News: January 8, 2016

    When the U.S. Treasury Department officially changed the name of the Treasury Annex building in Washington this week to honor the historic Freedman’s Bank, it underscored the importance of economic integration and financial inclusion to the nation’s economic well-being.

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