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  • Newswire

    Analysts: China's Auto-Sales Slump to Depress Oil Prices  

    Government efforts to reverse the sales decline in the world's biggest car market may be insufficient to spark demand or shore up falling oil prices....More
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    Thai Auto Industry Says 2015 Sales Will Miss Target  

    The Federation of Thai Industries' Auto Industry Club, downgrading its 2015 forecast for the second time this year, says sales could total between 750,000 and 800,000 units this year, compared with 881,832 in 2014....More
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    Daimler Confident in Continued Growth in China  

    Hubertus Troska, who heads the German luxury automaker's China operations, says he expects sales to "significantly" exceed 300,000 units this year despite the country's stock-market slump....More
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    Volvo First-Half Profit Up 71%  

    The Swedish subsidiary of Chinese automaker Geely is maintaining its full-year forecast of nearly 500,000 cars, with gains in Europe and the U.S. offsetting a slowdown in China....More
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    BMW Sales Up 5.6% in July  

    The luxury automaker says sales in China fell 6.2% year-over-year, but an 11.3% gain in Europe and a 2.1% uptick in the U.S. put its July result in positive territory....More
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    China July Vehicle Sales Tumble 7.1%  

    July marked the fourth straight month of declining sales, the longest such streak in five years, and was the steepest drop since February 2013....More
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