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    Chinese Car Market on Rebound, Valeo CEO Says  

    CEO Jacques Aschenbroich says he believes the world's largest car market is recovering after having "hit the bottom," and sticks with his prediction that the French auto supplier will hit its full-year financial targets....More
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    Subaru to Continue Bypassing Damaged Chinese Port  

    Subaru parent Fuji Heavy Industries will continue diverting its Japan-built cars to Shanghai because its Tianjin operations have not returned to normal since the deadly Aug. 12 chemical explosion....More
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    VW Investing $343 Million in South African Plant  

    The bulk of the German automaker's investment will go into upgrading its factory in Uitenhage to manufacture new models....More
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    Toyota's Tianjin Plants Coming Back on Line  

    The automaker says it will resume operations at its plants in the Chinese port city Thursday, two weeks after two massive chemical explosions that killed at least 116 people....More
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    Toyota Testing Possible Replacements for Takata Airbag Inflators  

    A spokeswoman for Japan's No.1 automaker says it is testing airbag inflators made my suppliers Autoliv and Nippon Kayaku as possible alternatives to Takata inflators linked to eight deaths and more than 100 injuries....More
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    China Port Blast Damaged JLR Cars, Parent Tata Says  

    The Indian automaker is determining the extent of damage to the 5,800 Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles shipped to Tianjin port for eventual distribution in China....More
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    Toyota Bypassing Takata for Airbag-Inflator Purchase  

    Toyota is buying airbag inflators from Tier 2 supplier Nippon Kayaku instead of Takata, whose defective inflators have been linked to at least eight deaths and prompted a global recall of millions of vehicles....More
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    Toyota Extends Halt in Tianjin Port Operations  

    The automaker will suspend operations near the Chinese port of Tianjin through Sunday instead of Wednesday as originally planned, due to safety concerns following last week's deadly warehouse explosion....More
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    U.S. Regulators Study Failure of Takata Airbag in New VW  

    The NHTSA investigators have asked Takata and VW for information about a side airbag in a '15 Tiguan that ruptured in June, an incident apparently unrelated to defects in Takata airbag inflators....More
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    China Port Explosion Damages Cars, Disrupts Shipments  

    Toyota says it will halt operations through Wednesday at its plant in Tianjin, where more than 100 people died in a series of explosions last week. Volkswagen, Renault and Mitsubishi cars were damaged in the blasts and BMW diverted shipments of automobiles from Tianjin to Shanghai....More

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