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    Rupiah Down, Japan's Interest in Indonesia Production Up  

    With the weakening rupiah depressing imports, Japanese automakers instead are investing in local production in what has become Southeast Asia's biggest car market....More
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    Car-Seat Maker Graco Hit With $10 Million Fine  

    Following the nation's largest recall of child seats the company, accused of failing to give timely notice of defective buckles, will pay $3 million now and spend $7 million on efforts to improve child safety...More
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    Korea Automaker Ssangyong Halts Russia Exports  

    South Korea's fourth-largest automaker has exported no vehicles to Russia this year, bypassing the country's foundering economy and steadily falling ruble by boosting sales to China and Europe....More
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    Brazil Negotiates Car-Import Quota Extension With Mexico  

    The countries' original 2012 agreement set a March 17 expiration date for Brazil's tariffs of up to 35% on imports of Mexican vehicles, but Brazil won an extension to buy time for its struggling auto industry to recover....More
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    Brazil, Mexico Continue Talks on Auto-Trade Deal  

    Mexico wants a 2012 agreement limiting vehicle exports into Brazil to expire as scheduled on March 19, while Brazil wants to extend the quota another three to five years....More
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    Ford Starts Production of '15 Edge for Export From Canada  

    The automaker will export the SUV to more than 100 countries from its Oakville, ON, Canada, plant, where it invested C$700 million in retooling and expansion....More
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