Skip to content

2022 Projections in the North American Auto Industry

February 2, 2022
1:00 PM ET
2021 proved challenging for the auto industry in both Mexico and the United States, with similar projected outcomes for 2022. The industry is seeing impacts as a result of trade changes between the two countries that may influence the way businesses operate for the foreseeable future.
Tune into a panel discussion  where the following legal and supply chain issues are discussed:
  • Ongoing supply chain concerns, including port delays and trucker/worker shortage
  • Potential trade war around electric vehicle incentives
  • Workers’ rights and U.S. trade policy
  • USMCA rules of origin
  • Chip shortage developments

Moderated by Mark R. Ludwikowski, Member, Clark Hill

Panelists include:

  • Aristeo Lopez, Senior Counsel, Clark Hill
  • Linda Watson, Chair, Automotive & Manufacturing Industry Team, Clark Hill
  • Guillermo Malpica Soto, Undersecretary of Industry and Trade / State of Puebla, Mexico
  • Jesus Rascón, Chairman of the Board / Automotive Cluster Puebla-Tlaxcala, CLAUZ

Download Recorded Webinar