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    PSA Says New Vehicles Planned at Downsized French Plant  

    The French automaker will operate only one assembly line at its Poissy plant outside Paris early next year, but says it is investing in new models that will go into production in 2018....More
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    Daimler to Grow Production of EV Batteries  

    The automaker will invest about $125 million to increase production of lithium-ion batteries for its Mercedes division's hybrid C-Class, E-Class and S-Class models....More
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    Takata Adds Capacity to Replace Defective Airbag Inflators  

    The Japanese supplier is adding two new production lines at its Monclova, Mexico, plant as it works to replace airbag inflators linked to the global recall of millions of vehicles....More
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    UPDATE 1-Renault targets up to 75,000 vehicles/yr at new Algeria plant  

    (Adds details, background) PARIS/Oran, ALGERIA, Nov 10 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault opened its first plant in Algeria on Monday at a cost of 50 million euros ($62 million) to boost its presence in Africa's second-biggest auto market. The group set an initial production target of 25,000 vehicles a year that could triple for the factory in Oued Tlelat, in the Oran region, which will produce the new Renault Symbol model....More
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