(Reuters) – Major automakers have announced a slew of investments in the United States since President Donald Trump took office in January 2017 and exerted pressure on the industry to create more U.S. jobs.
China is also attracting much investment, with companies keen to increase their share of the world’s largest car market and keep up with the country’s push towards electric vehicles.
Following are summaries of investments and restructuring efforts made by major automakers in the United States and China since 2017. Some did not respond to requests for information or only provided details for one country.
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