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    BRIEF-Ashok Leyland launches new vehicles Guru and Partner on Wednesday  

    Jan 18 (Reuters) - Ashok Leyland Ltd : * Says launched intermediate commercial vehicle 'Guru' and new light commercial vehicle 'Partner' on Wednesday Source text: http://bit.ly/2jXRcsL Further company coverage:...More
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    BRIEF-Samsung Heavy Industries signs contract worth 275.4 bln won  

    Jan 18 (Reuters) - Samsung Heavy Industries Co Ltd : * Says it signed a 275.4 billion won contract with Hoegh LNG to undertake construction work of LNG FSRU in Europe Source text in Korean: https://goo.gl/PfbkTK Further company coverage: (Beijing Headline News)...More
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    German stocks - Factors to watch on January 18  

    FRANKFURT/BERLIN, Jan 18 (Reuters) The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Wednesday: BAYER Bayer and Monsanto said on Tuesday they would spend at least half of their agriculture research and development budget in the United States over the next six years, following a meeting with President-elect Donald Trump last week. DEUTSCHE BANK...More
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    NORDIC STOCKS - Factors to watch on Jan 18  

    The following stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Wednesday: SEB, SAS Airline SAS' CEO Rickard Gustafson is a potential candidate to take over as top executive of Swedish banking group SEB after Annika Falkengren, who is due to leave the company by midyear, business daily Dagens Industri reported, citing unidentified sources. For more on SEB, click on [SEBa.ST> For more on SAS, click on VOLVO...More
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    BRIEF-Weichai Power sees 2016 net profit up 55 pct to 80 pct  

    Jan 18 (Reuters) - Weichai Power : * Sees net profit for 2016 up 55 percent to 80 percent, or to be 2.15 billion yuan to 2.5 billion yuan * Says the net profit of 2015 was 1.39 billion yuan * Comments the increased sales of its main products is the main reason for the forecast Source text in Chinese: https://goo.gl/0kmGX1 Further company coverage: (Beijing Headline News)...More
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    BRIEF-Hoegh LNG orders up to 4 FSRUs from Samsung Heavy  

    Jan 18 (Reuters) - Hoegh Lng Holdings Ltd * signed firm agreement with samsung heavy industries for its next series of FSRUs * Agreement for three optional FRRUs with samsung heavy industries co., ltd. (shi) in south korea * FSRUs will have a storage capacity of 170,000 m(3) and höegh lng/wärtsila regas plant design with a regasification capacity of 750 mmscf/day...More
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    UPDATE 1-Volkswagen won't make Audi cars with SAIC in China before 2018  

    * No sales or production this year -VW * Negotiations ongoing, agreement possible this year -Audi * VW aims to first resolve concerns of existing Audi dealers (Clarifies earlier remarks, adds Audi and VW comments, background) BEIJING, Jan 18 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen said on Wednesday it would not produce or sell any Audi cars with SAIC Motor Corp until at least 2018, seeking first to strengthen ties with existing Audi partner China FAW Motor Corp....More
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    BRIEF-Nevada Governor says Tesla investing $350 mln in additional capital  

    Jan 17 (Reuters) - * Nevada Governor says Tesla will expand its investment in Nevada by producing Electric Motors and Gearboxes for the Model 3 at the Gigafactory * Nevada Governor says Tesla's new project will yield more than $350 million in additional capital investment ; add 550 skilled jobs to Nevada Source text for Eikon : [ID: http://bit.ly/2iFXCMp] Further company coverage :...More
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    TABLE-Thai Dec auto sales fall 14.4 pct y/y - federation  

    BANGKOK, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Data published by the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI): KEY DATA Thai monthly car and truck sales: change y/y pct vehicles Dec -14.4 86,858 Nov -15.3 64,771 Oct -10.7 60,634 Sep +2.7 63,516 Aug +2.6 63,609 Jul -0.4 60,635 Jun +9.5 66,049 May +15.9 66,019 Apr...More
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    BRIEF-Zhejiang Wanliyang to dissolve Taizhou automatic transmissions unit  

    Jan 18 (Reuters) - Zhejiang Wanliyang Co., Ltd. : * Says it plans to dissolve a wholly owned unit, Taizhou-based automatic transmissions firm Source text in Chinese:https://goo.gl/fp8z4z Further company coverage: (Beijing Headline News)...More
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