DETROIT – When voters choose the next U.S. president Nov. 2, their decision – influenced by myriad ideals and expectations – directly will affect the nation’s auto industry. Like it or not, the Oval Office matters to Detroit. The president, while often hamstrung by a divided Congress, seriously impacts auto policy with the high-level appointments he makes, the economic environment he fosters and the trade pacts forged under his leadership. Likewise, the auto industry is important to U.S. ...

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