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    Chrysler to Replace Takata Airbag Inflators  

    The automaker has notified federal safety regulators that it will begin replacing potentially defective Takata airbag inflators in more than 371,000 U.S. vehicles in early December....More
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    NHTSA Probes Honda Handling of Takata Airbag Defects  

    The regulator is investigating whether Honda, one of 10 global automakers that have recalled millions of vehicles with defective Takata airbags, properly reported deaths or injuries in any of its vehicles equipped with the possibly faulty devices....More
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    Takata Still on Board as Honda Supplier, Exec Says  

    Senior Managing Officer Yoshihary Yamamoto, who also is Honda's R&D chief, says the automaker will continue doing business with Takata, although its defective airbags have prompted a recall affecting 5 million of its vehicles....More
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    Toyota Won't "Dump" Embattled Airbag Supplier Takata, Exec Says  

    Steve St. Angelo, head of the automaker's Latin American operations, says Toyota "is very big on helping a supplier on struggle points" - in Takata's case, potentially defective airbag inflators in millions of cars in the U.S....More
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    South Africa Probing Alleged Price-Fixing by Auto-Parts Suppliers  

    The country's Competition Commission cites information linking 82 parts makers colluding over prices for 121 different components since 2000....More
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    CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-Anti-trust order clears road for India's generic car parts market  

    (Corrects spelling of Bosch executive's first name in the 22nd paragraph) By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Thousands of tiny shops in India's biggest auto components market do brisk business selling a bewildering array of spare parts for about a third of the official price charged by the likes of Toyota Motor Co or Volkswagen AG....More
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    Auto Parts Maker Magna Opening Two New India Plants  

    The Canadian parts maker and contract manufacturer says one plant will produce seating systems for a leading automaker, and the other will build vehicle body and chassis for several customers....More
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    RPT-REUTERS-SUMMIT-Russian car industry facing lacklustre two years -Ford's Russian venture  

    (Repeats story to include link to graphic) * For other news from Reuters Russia Investment Summit, click on http://www.reuters.com/summit/Russia14 * For a graphic, click on http://link.reuters.com/deb92w By Gleb Stolyarov and Maria Kiselyova MOSCOW, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Russia's auto market shows no signs of improving in the next two years having been hit by an economic slowdown and weak rouble, the head of Ford Motor Co's Russian venture told Reuters....More
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    EU Antitrust Regulator Says Price-Fixing Crackdown to Continue  

    European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia, who has fined auto-parts cartels more than €1 billion in the past year, says he will hand over "a long list of other investigations in this sector" to his successor when he leaves office next month....More
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    CORRECTED-Auto parts executives indicted in U.S. on price-fixing charges  

    (Corrects number of executives charged to three, not four, from Mitsubishi Electric, and four, not three, from Hitachi Automotive, in paragraphs two and three) DETROIT, Sept 18 (Reuters) - A federal grand jury in Detroit on Thursday indicted seven executives from two Japanese auto parts makers on charges of price fixing, the U.S. Department of Justice said....More
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    UPDATE 1-Tesla CEO says could sign new deal with Toyota in 2-3 years  

    (Adds Musk, Toyota and Panasonic comments, background) By Yoko Kubota TOKYO, Sept 8 (Reuters) - Electric carmaker Tesla Motors Inc and Toyota Motor Corp, the world's best-selling automaker, could sign a new deal over the next two to three years, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said, as the two firms ready to end an existing programme....More
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