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    Sources Say Isuzu to Build Medium-Duty Trucks for GM  

    Sources familiar with the deal say the Japanese truck maker will supply GM with Chevrolet-branded vehicles for the U.S. market starting next year....More
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    Hyundai, Kia Cut Production as Sales Slow  

    Last month's 2-day production rollback at Hyundai's Asan, South Korea, plant and Kia's trimming of hours at its Chinese plant, came as the automakers reported sales drops of 6% and 5%, respectively, in May....More
  • Jun 2, 2015
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    Talks No Usual Throwdown for GM Korea, Union in 2015

    Employees’ specialized skills make GM Korea’s new-vehicle and engine-development centers valuable assets. Line workers, however, differ mainly from their Indian, Mexican and Chinese counterparts in that they make a lot more money....More
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    Ford Upping Output by 40,000 Vehicles This Summer  

    The automaker says it will increase production by cutting summer shutdowns at its 16 North American plants from two weeks to one....More
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    Ford's Turkish JV Halts Output as Labor Dispute Rekindles  

    The automaker's Ford Otosan unit says it suspended operations at the Inonu plant as a precaution after some workers who took part in strikes last week did not leave the facility....More
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    Ford, FCA Production in Turkey Resumes; Renault Still Down  

    A weeklong protest over working conditions and pay initially shut down parts suppliers, then spread to automakers with operations in the country....More
  • Newswire

    Two Turkish Auto Plants Shut as Labour Protest Spreads  

    Protests against working conditions began Thursday at a joint venture co-owned by Renault and spread Friday to a JV co-owned by Fiat; the two plants account for 40% of Turkey's annual auto production....More
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    UPDATE 2-Protests halt production at Turkish car factories owned by Renault, Fiat  

    (Recasts with production stoppage at second carmaker) By Birsen Altayli ISTANBUL, May 15 (Reuters) - Production at two separate Turkish car manufacturers part-owned by European carmakers Renault and Fiat ground to halt on Friday as workers protested wages and other employment conditions, company officials and media reports said. A Renault spokesman said work at the Turkish factory had stopped late on Thursday. Workers are protesting at the country's biggest automobile exporter, according to news reports....More
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    Volvo Truck Workers Strike in Brazil  

    Volvo says about 4,000 workers at its Curitiba plant walked off the job after their union rejected the company's offer of employment through 2015 but with cuts in pay....More
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