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    Tennessee VW Workers to Vote on UAW Representation  

    The UAW says 165 skilled-trades workers at the Chattanooga, TN, plant, which assembles VW Passat sedans, will vote Dec. 3-4 on whether to join the union, which lost a February 2014 election to represent all blue-collar workers....More
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    China's Geely Fixing Focus on Green-Car Development  

    The Chinese automaker says it wants "new-energy" vehicles, mainly battery-powered and hybrid cars, to account for 90% of its sales by 2020....More
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    Ford Contract Proposal Hits UAW Headwind  

    With voting ending Thursday, the Detroit Free Press estimates a slight majority of union members who have cast ballots rejected the contract....More
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    Lincoln Facelift in Spotlight at LA Auto Show  

    Leading off Lincoln's refreshed model lineup is the MKZ sedan, the Ford-owned luxury brand's top seller that has been redesigned inside and out....More
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    U.K. Says VW Must Pay for Repeat Vehicle Tests  

    Transport Minister Patrick McLoughlin says the automaker has been advised it will have to pay for new Vehicle Certification Agency tests to ensure VW cars conform to U.K. emissions standards....More
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    VW's European Sales, Market Share Fall Amid Emissions Scandal  

    The ACEA regional automakers group says new-car registrations in the European Union and European Free Trade Assn. rose 2.7% year-over-year in October to 1.14 million vehicles, but VW sales fell 0.8% as the emissions-cheating scandal unfolded....More
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    REFILE-UPDATE 1-VW says CO2 cheats affect more petrol engines than previously disclosed  

    (Refiles to add UPDATE 1 tag to headline) BERLIN, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Volkswagen manipulated the carbon dioxide (CO2) emission levels of more petrol-powered vehicles than previously disclosed, a spokesman for the carmaker said on Monday. VW said on Nov. 3 it had understated the level of CO2 emissions in about 800,000 cars sold mainly in Europe, and consequently their fuel usage....More
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    VW Scandal Prompts U.K. Inquiry Into Testing Protocols  

    Members of Parliament want to determine whether the current procedures for testing vehicle emissions, noise and performance meet standards established by the European Union, and whether they reflect "real-world" driving....More
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    More Detroit Three Assembly Work Headed to Mexico  

    General Motors, Ford and FCA US are looking to Mexico to produce more small cars with a workforce paid less than their U.S. counterparts who are building more-profitable larger vehicles....More
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