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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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    Daimler Recalling 50,000 Smart Minicars in China  

    Chinese regulators say the cars' V-belts may tear and cause damage to the engine....More
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    Land Rover Recalls SUVs With Possible Airbag Defect  

    The automaker says the recall covers more than 40,000 vehicles with possibly defective restraint-control software that controls the front passenger airbag....More
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    Hyundai Opens First South Africa Plant  

    Hyundai will start out building medium-sized commercial trucks at its new vehicle-assembly plant in South Africa's Gauteng economic hub....More
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    GM Loses Bid to Quash Lawsuit in Death Linked to Ignition Switch  

    The parents of crash victim Brooke Melton reached a settlement with the automaker last September for a reported $5 million, but a Georgia state judge says they can proceed with a new lawsuit based on information emerging from this year's recall of 2.6 million GM vehicles....More
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    VW Expands Recall of Chrysler-Built Minivans  

    VW's latest recall raises to more than 34,000 the number of '09- and '10-model Routan minivans with ignition switches that could be jolted into the accessory position and shut off the engine....More
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    Recalls Likely to Saddle Takata With Record Net Loss in Fiscal 2014  

    With nine automakers recalling more than 12 million vehicles with Takata airbags that potentially could explode, the safety-components maker faces a second consecutive full-year net loss....More
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