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    GM Korea Says No Strike Could Land Next-Gen Cruze  

    The automaker says its South Korean subsidiary could build the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze if unionized workers, who have voted to authorize a strike, remain on the job....More
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    New Models Boost U.K. Car Output in First-Half 2014  

    The 790,000 vehicles built through June were 3.5% more than year-earlier and included the new Honda Civic Tourer and Nissan Qashqai SUV....More
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    Proxy Adviser Recommends Against FCA Cross-Border Merger  

    Fiat investors should vote against a cross-border merger of the two automakers, advisory group ISS says, because the action would diminish shareholder rights....More
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    UPDATE 2-VW faces battle with workers over cost cutting plans  

    * VW urgently needs higher profit to fund growth - CEO * CEO addresses over 20,000 workers at VW's German base * Works council chief sees conflicts with management (Adds works council chief, analyst comments, background) By Andreas Cremer and Jan Schwartz BERLIN, July 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen, Europe's biggest carmaker, faces a battle with workers over cost cuts at its biggest car division, a central plank of its drive to meet profit margin targets....More
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    Chevy Cruze Diesel Caught in Game of Catch Up

    According to WardsAuto data, the Cruze diesel has accounted for 5,974 deliveries since its launch one year ago. That’s a scant 2.0% of the compact sedan’s powertrain mix....More
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    Chrysler Issues New Ignition-Switch Recall  

    The No.3 U.S. automaker's second recall of the year involving potentially faulty ignition switches covers '05-'07 Jeep Grand Cherokee and '06-'07 Jeep Commander models....More
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    UPDATE 1-Mercedes-Benz exec says not aware of any price probe in China  

    (Recasts with quotes from executive, spokesman) SHANGHAI, July 22 (Reuters) - A China executive at Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz said he was not unaware that the company was under any government probe into spare part prices. Local and foreign media reported last week that Mercedes-Benz as well as other foreign car makers were being probed by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's price regulator, for possibly over-charging customers in China....More

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