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  • Apr 11, 2014

    Venezuela President Plays With Fire as Auto Sales Plunge

    New-vehicle deliveries tumbled 87% in January and 89.9% in February, marking the lowest level since 2003 when the country was ensnarled in a nationwide strike against Chavez....More
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    GM Reportedly Investing $450 Million in Two Michigan Plants  

    The automaker is withholding immediate comment on a Detroit News report that it will divide a $450 million investment between its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant and battery-assembly facility in Brownstown Township, MI....More
  • Newswire

    Magna Making Room at Ontario Plant for New Electronics Systems  

    The Canadian automotive supplier is expanding a Toronto-area plant to manufacture electronic-closure and -latching components....More
  • Newswire

    Ford Investing $500 Million to Build New F-150 Engine in Ohio  

    The automaker is upgrading its Lima, OH, plant to build the new 2.7L 6-cyl. turbocharged engine, but is phasing out production of the 6.2L V-8 that is one of four engine options for its best-selling F-150 pickup....More
  • Newswire

    Honda Again Scales Back U.K. Car Production  

    The Japanese automaker says it expects to produce about 120,000 vehicles at its Swindon plant this year, a decrease of about 17% from the 2013 total that was off 15% from the year before....More
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    VW to Expand Tiguan SUV Output, Sources Say  

    Sources say the automaker will add capacity at its Hanover, Germany, plant to step up production of the Tiguan, one of its best-selling European models....More
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