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    Autoliv, Nissin Kogyo Form Brakes JV  

    Autoliv will control 51% of the venture, which will combine the Swedish auto supplier's brake-control operations with a portion of the Japanese supplier's brake business....More
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    VW Looks to Russian Future With New Engine Plant  

    The German automaker says the plant in Kaluga, which has capacity to build 150,000 engines a year, demonstrates its confidence in an eventual turnaround in Russia's economy....More
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    Renault Challenges Peugeot Over Iran Deal  

    Renault hopes to win a manufacturing deal with domestic automaker Iran Khodro, which already is partnered with rival French automaker Peugeot....More
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    Daimler Confident in Continued Growth in China  

    Hubertus Troska, who heads the German luxury automaker's China operations, says he expects sales to "significantly" exceed 300,000 units this year despite the country's stock-market slump....More
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    GM China JV Announces 'Green Car' Plant  

    The plant under construction by SAIC-GM-Wuling, the U.S. automaker's JV with two Chinese companies, will have annual capacity to build 200,000 "new energy" electric and hybrid cars....More
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    Toyota Halts Production at Russian JV  

    The Japanese automaker in late June suspended production of Land Cruiser Prado SUVs at a plant in Vladivostok, but says it will maintain operations at its remaining Russian plant in St. Petersburg....More
  • Aug 14, 2015

    Merge Those Powertrain Operations 2

    In the NAFTA market alone, GM, Ford and FCA will build nearly 9 million engines and 9 million transmissions this year. FCA estimates nearly 90% of that production overlaps....More
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    Ford Takes Aim at India With Figo Compact Car  

    The automaker looks to the Figo to grow its minuscule share of the Indian market while applying engineering techniques used in developing the B-segment car to products for other emerging markets....More
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    Ford Hires Executive Who Helped Build GM in China  

    Joseph Liu joins Ford as vice president of marketing and sales for the automaker's China operations, a position similar to the one he held while helping GM make inroads into the world's biggest auto market....More
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