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    UPDATE 4-Fiat Chrysler, U.S. union UAW reach tentative agreement, averting strike  

    * UAW Chrysler Council will meet on Friday to vote on agreement * Tentative contract was rejected by union members last week * Talks went down to the midnight deadline (Adds reaction to tentative deal, UAW member comments, background) By Bernie Woodall and Nick Carey...More
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    UPDATE 2-Carmakers curb China output as sales growth stalls  

    (Adds Renault, Daimler, more GM comments) * FAW-VW cutting shifts, cancelling staff bonuses * GM could put brakes on planned China capacity hikes-source * Chinese overcapacity could hurt industry profit - analysts * European car sales jump 11.5 percent in August By Andreas Cremer and Norihiko Shirouzu...More
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    UAW, FCA Talks Continue Under Extended Deadline  

    The union representing 40,000 Fiat Chrysler Automobiles workers in the U.S. are negotiating under an "hour-by-hour" extension of the old contract that expired at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday EDT....More
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    CEO Marchionne of UAW Strike Target FCA Skips Frankfurt  

    Marchionne canceled a scheduled Tuesday meeting with media after the UAW named Fiat Chrysler's U.S. unit its target in bargaining for a new contract....More
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    Rainstorms Force Toyota to Halt Output at Three Japan Plants  

    Two of the three plants where Toyota canceled the Friday day shift are in Miyagi prefecture, where heavy rains have caused severe flooding, but no damage to those facilities or a third in Iwate prefecture is reported....More
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    Polish Car Output Up 28.2% in August  

    Auto-information services provider Samar says last month's increase raised production by the country's assembly facilities 12.8% year-to-date....More
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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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