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    China to Roll Back Taxes on Small-Engine Cars  

    Responding to the possibility that sales in 2015 could decline for the first time in at least 15 years, the government is cutting by half the sales tax on cars with engines 1.6L or smaller from Oct. 1 through year's end....More
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    Japan Full-Year Sales Target Elusive, Top Lobbyist Says  

    Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. Chairman Fumihiko Ike says the rate of second-half sales will make the group's full-year forecast of 4.99 million deliveries tough to meet....More
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    Lamborghini En Route to Record Sales Year, CEO Says  

    Chief Executive Stephan Winkelmann says the Volkswagen-owned hyperluxury-car maker expects to top its record 2014 total of 2,530 deliveries this month....More
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    Mercedes Beats BMW, Audi in China August Sales  

    Mercedes reports selling 139,802 cars last month in the world's biggest auto market, up 17.6% from like-2014, while BMW was up 7.6% with 135,735 deliveries and Audi was up only 2.7% despite a record 128,650 sales....More
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    Audi CEO Mum on Full-Year China Sales Forecast  

    Rivals BMW and Mercedes-Benz both predict full-year sales increases in China but Audi CEO Rupert Stadler declines, saying the industry should "stay calm and wait for the undulation in China to subside."...More
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    Russian Car Slump Extended by 19.4% August Drop  

    A European business organization says consumers bought cars ahead of expected price increases, slowing last month's rate of decline from 27.5% in July....More
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