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Shanghai
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The RV Industry Association’s trade mission to China kicked off with strong international participation with more than 70 in attendance on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the JW Marriott Tomorrow Square in Shanghai.
Trump
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President Donald Trump wants to reach an agreement on trade with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Group of 20 nations summit in Argentina later this month and has asked key U.S. officials to begin drafting potential terms, according to four people familiar with the matter.
Zinke
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The White House is growing increasingly concerned about allegations of misconduct against Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, according to two senior administration officials, and President Trump has asked aides for more information about a Montana land deal under scrutiny by the Justice Department.
Cummins
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Cummins recently announced that Garry Enyart, director of Cummins mobile generator business, was elected to be chairman of the board for the RV Industry Association.
RVIA
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Pennsylvania has become the latest state to enact an RV specific franchise law, bringing the total number of states with unique laws dealing only with RVs to twenty.
Airstream
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The RV Industry Association, along with other associations and businesses, testified this week at the International Trade Commission (ITC) final injury hearing in opposition to the Department of Commerce’s self-initiated antidumping and countervailing duty investigation on common aluminum alloy sheet from China.
RV Education 101
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RV Education 101 has released a special edition PDF publication titled RV Quality Questioned.
RVX
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RVIA and Mosaic are developing a toolkit full of proprietary data and cutting-edge marketing tactics that will help dealers reach new consumers.
RV PRO
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Jen Shelby, owner of Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Hoopeston, Ill., recently announced plans to end the dealership’s partnership with Chrysler.
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General Motors said it favors an annual increase in fuel-efficiency standards based on “historic rates” rather than tough Obama-era rules or a Trump administration proposal that would freeze requirements.

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