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    UPDATE 2-China antitrust regulator fines two Japan auto parts makers  

    (Adds Yazaki receiving NDRC notification, Denso comment) TOKYO, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Two Japanese automotive bearings makers said on Tuesday a Chinese regulator has ordered them to pay fines for violating antitrust laws as Beijing intensifies its scrutiny of business practices in the auto sector....More
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    Fuel Systems Cuts Revenue Forecast Amid Europe Slump  

    The New York-based company, whose products allow vehicles to run on propane and natural gas, says business is down in Europe, which accounts for about 40% of its revenues and is its largest market....More
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    UPDATE 2-Russia may ban car imports if West applies new sanctions-Vedomosti  

    * Automakers with Russian factories likely to be exempt: report * Mercedes-Benz, with no Russia car production, could suffer * Chinese, Korean carmakers might benefit from embargo (Adds comment by a European lobby group, details) By Maria Kiselyova and Katya Golubkova...More
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    China Finds Mercedes-Benz Guilty in Price-Fixing Case  

    Mercedes is among several foreign companies targeted by the government as it enforces anti-monopoly legislation....More
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    Hyundai Plans Two New Auto Plants in China  

    A Korean newspaper says Hyundai plans to remodel a Beijing facility owned by its Chinese partner, Beijing Automotive Industry Holding, as well as work with its partner to develop a plant in Chongqing....More
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    Is Your Classic Car Worthy of Historical Register?

    “If we had a local fruit truck from Birmingham here or local delivery truck that is still around, a local firetruck, that’s every bit as important as the Washington Monument on the national level. It’s all part of our heritage, and heritage starts local," Mark Gessler says....More
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    Possible Merger Delay Would Endanger Fiat Chrysler Growth Plan  

    The merger of Fiat and Chrysler into a single legal entity, seen by CEO Sergio Marchionne as the key to a global growth plan, could be derailed if too many shareholders oppose it....More
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    Hyundai's South Korean Workers Vote to Strike Over Pay  

    Unless an agreement on calculating wages is reached before Aug. 22 workers would stage a strike against the country's No.1 automaker for a third consecutive year....More
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    GM to Invest $2.8 Billion in Brazil Over 5 Years, Barra Says  

    CEO Mary Barra says the automaker is underscoring its commitment to one of its most important markets by investing in new products, technology and maintaining plants....More
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    Korean Company Plans Talks With Tesla on Supplying Carbon Fiber  

    GS Caltex reportedly will meet later this month with Tesla to discuss supplying the electric-vehicle maker with the lightweight material currently used in high-end vehicles and racing cars....More
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    Report Says China to Fine Audi $40 Million in Anti-Monopoly Case  

    An anonymous source tells the 21st Century Business Herald the government is basing the German luxury automaker's fine on a percentage of its 2013 car sales in Hubei province....More
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    PSA Peugeot Citroen Shares Continue Rallying  

    Europe's No.2 automaker, excluded in 2012 from the benchmark CAC-40 index for the first time in the index's history, has seen its stock value rebound since a $4 billion share sale to the French government and China's Dongfeng Motor Group....More
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