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    Argentina, Brazil Sign New Car Trade Pact  

    The revival of the auto agreement is crucial to restore trade volumes and help close widening gaps in their external accounts. The pact expired last year during a dispute over its terms....More
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    RPT-New models, European recovery set to boost Turkish auto exports  

    (Repeats to additional subscribers with no changes to text) * Recovery in European demand boosts producers in Turkey * Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Hyundai rolling out new models * Autos account for 14 percent of Turkish exports By Evren Ballim...More
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    BMW Bringing EV, Hybrid to Chinese Market  

    The German automaker will sell its all-electric i3 and i8 hybrid in four cities starting in September as it pursues a share of the country's developing market for environmentally friendly vehicles....More
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    EU Asks WTO to Intervene in Tariff Dispute With Russia  

    The EU contends Russia is illegally protecting its own automakers by imposing duties of 29.6% on imported German vans and 23% on imports from Italy, making them less affordable for consumers....More
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    Automaker Sollers' Owner Moving Registration Back to Russia  

    Following President Vladimir Putin's call for Russian companies to repatriate their assets to the country, Vadim Shvetsov moved his majority stake in the automaker from Cyprus-based Newdeal Investments to Moscow-based OJSC Erfiks....More
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    Renault-Nissan's Ghosn Relaunches Datsun in Russia  

    Russia is among the emerging markets targeted by the Renault-Nissan Alliance for luring customers, particularly young, first-time buyers, away from the used-car market....More
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    Survey Finds Strong Support Within U.K. Auto Industry for EU Membership  

    The survey by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders shows 92% of automotive companies in the region believe EU membership has helped drive production to a 6-year high, among other benefits....More
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