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    VW’s Dirty Deeds Overshadow Bosch Celebration

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    Canada to Offer More Than C$1 Billion Over 10 Years to Auto Sector - CTV  

    Citing an unnamed source, CTV says Canada's prime minister will announce loans and grants to attract auto parts manufacturers to Canada, and incentives for Canadian companies to modernize their facilities, at an event near Toronto on Tuesday....More
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    Germany to Let Diesel-Car Tax Stand  

    A Finance Ministry spokeswoman says Germany currently has no plans to follow French officials considering raising taxes on diesel cars over the next five years....More
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    Unaware of VW Emissions-Test Fudging, Transport Minister Says  

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    Pacific Trade Pact Must Include China, PM Harper Says  

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    GM Settles Ignition-Switch Criminal Case for $900 Million  

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    Renault Challenges Peugeot Over Iran Deal  

    Renault hopes to win a manufacturing deal with domestic automaker Iran Khodro, which already is partnered with rival French automaker Peugeot....More


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