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    CORRECTED-Peugeot lifts European output as market upturn helps plan  

    (Corrects period affected by output increase in second paragraph to May-August from January-August) By Laurence Frost PARIS, April 21 (Reuters) - PSA Peugeot Citroen announced a 10 percent European production increase on Tuesday as returning demand boosts the troubled French carmaker a year into a major turnaround plan....More
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    Newspaper Reports Toyota Moving Corolla Production to Mexico  

    The Globe and Mail newspaper in Toronto reports the world's biggest automaker will move Corolla production from two Ontario plants to a factory in Mexico to take advantage of lower costs....More
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    Toyota to Build $1 Billion Mexico Plant, Sources Say  

    The Japanese automaker's second plant in Mexico will create 2,400 jobs and have annual capacity of 200,000 cars, initially Corolla compacts, when it comes on line in 2019....More
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    Ford to gain control of Russia JV and provide finance  

    MOSCOW, April 10 (Reuters) - U.S. auto maker Ford Motor Co will take control of its Russian venture with Sollers and provide it with additional financial support, the Russian firm said on Friday. Ford is taking control in exchange for preferred shares in the Ford-Sollers venture, while its economic interest in the venture remains unchanged at 50 percent, Sollers said. The companies agreed the changes to the venture's shareholder structure on March 31, Sollers said, without providing any financial details of the transaction....More
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    CORRECTED-Peugeot, Mitsubishi to suspend production at Russia plant  

    (Corrects to say SUV line stopping from April 27, not April 2) MOSCOW, March 27 (Reuters) - PCMA Rus, a Russian venture owned by France's PSA Peugeot Citroen and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, will temporarily suspend production of Peugeot, Citroen and Mitsubishi models, it said on Friday. The venture, which has a plant in Kaluga south of Moscow, said it would also cut 100 jobs....More
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    Hyundai Growth Target Ahead of U.S. Industrywide Rate  

    The Korean automaker looks to increase sales 4.7% this year, helped by the launch of its updated Tucson SUV, compared with the industrywide projection of 2%....More
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    Volkswagen Scaling Back Russian Operation  

    The German automaker is cutting back on shifts at its Kaluga car plant and is not renewing the contracts of at least 150 workers, but says it is continuing with construction of an engine plant and parts warehouse....More
  • Newswire

    Nissan Suspending Russia Production Amid Slow Sales  

    The Japanese automaker, caught up in the industry's 38% year-on-year sales slump in February, is halting production at its St. Petersburg plant through March 31....More
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    Global Powertrain Forecast - March 11, 2015  

    The first of WardsAuto's 2015 series of half-day conferences presenting insights and analysis of the automotive industry, deep dives into special topics, and live discussion with our panel of experts....More
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    Meeting CAFE Standards in the Current Environment - March 11, 2015  

    The first of WardsAuto's 2015 series of half-day conferences presenting insights and analysis of the automotive industry, deep dives into special topics, and live discussion with our panel of experts....More
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    North American Barometer - March 11, 2015  

    The first of WardsAuto's 2015 series of half-day conferences presenting insights and analysis of the automotive industry, deep dives into special topics, and live discussion with our panel of experts....More
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