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    UPDATE 1-Mercedes-Benz exec says not aware of any price probe in China  

    (Recasts with quotes from executive, spokesman) SHANGHAI, July 22 (Reuters) - A China executive at Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz said he was not unaware that the company was under any government probe into spare part prices. Local and foreign media reported last week that Mercedes-Benz as well as other foreign car makers were being probed by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's price regulator, for possibly over-charging customers in China....More
  • Jul 17, 2014
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    Fiat-Chrysler Could Be Good Fit With VW

    VW Chairman Ferdinand Piech long has had his eye on the Alfa Romeo brand, but would the rest of Fiat-Chrysler fit? Maybe not as badly as you would think at first blush....More
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    Tesla Hit With Trademark-Infringement Suit in China  

    Businessman Zhan Baosheng registered the Tesla trademark in China before the U.S. company began selling electric vehicles in the country....More
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    Fiat Sets Aug. 1 Shareholder Vote on Chrysler Merger  

    Approval of the merger with Chrysler will allow Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne to list the merged Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in New York by year's end....More
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    Report Says Chrysler to Sell Mitsubishi-Built Sedan in Mexico  

    A source familiar with the deal says Mitsubishi will supply its Thailand-built Attrage sedan to Chrysler for sales in Mexico starting this year....More
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    Renault-Nissan Taking Control of Russia's AvtoVAZ  

    The alliance between the French and Japanese automakers now holds a 67.1% stake in the holding company that controls Russia's largest automaker....More
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    India's Mahindra Hasn't Made Call on Brazil Plant  

    Responding to a news report that Mahindra is considering building a manufacturing plant in Brazil, India's largest SUV maker says only it that has no definitive plans to do so....More
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    UPDATE 2-Renault seeks financial partner to resume business in Iran  

    * In talks with U.S., French governments over Iran * Has been approached by Turkish, international banks (Adds Renault executive comment on Latin America) By Evren Ballim ISTANBUL, June 19 (Reuters) - French automaker Renault is looking for a financial partner to resume full operations in Iran and is in talks with the U.S. and French governments on the issue, one of its senior executives said....More
  • Jun 16, 2014
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    Reliance on New Market Economies a Cautionary Tale

    It’s no longer enough for a global village to build a car industry. What’s needed are responsible governments that value and support their domestic automakers....More
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