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  • Mar 30, 2015

    Keeping the 2015 U.S. Light-Vehicle Sales Outlook at 16.8 Million

    A second-quarter surge in U.S. light-vehicle sales will further alleviate the need for bigger summer spiffs to get rid of older stock, meaning lower third-quarter volumes....More
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    GM's Cadillac CT6 Tests Strategy for Taking Fat Out of Big Cars  

    The CT6 could have a broader impact on GM's future products because it is the largest scale application of the company's new approach to using a mix of steel, aluminum and other materials to build vehicles light enough to meet tougher CAFE standards, but big enough for customers who want spacious cars....More
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    Volvo Cars to Build U.S. Plant to Spearhead Sales Recovery  

    The plant will serve export markets as well as the United States, where Volvo is aiming for a return to annual sales of 100,000 vehicles....More
  • Newswire

    Ford CEO Fields' 2014 Salary, Compensation Totals $18.6 Million  

    Fields' compensation is based in part on a Ford formula for meeting performance targets, of which 91% were met last year, compared with 112% in 2013....More
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    U.S. Omitted From Initial Mercedes Plans for Midsize Pickup  

    The German automaker compares its foray into the increasingly popular pickup segment with its successful introduction of M-Class premium SUVs....More
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    CORRECTED-Peugeot, Mitsubishi to suspend production at Russia plant  

    (Corrects to say SUV line stopping from April 27, not April 2) MOSCOW, March 27 (Reuters) - PCMA Rus, a Russian venture owned by France's PSA Peugeot Citroen and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, will temporarily suspend production of Peugeot, Citroen and Mitsubishi models, it said on Friday. The venture, which has a plant in Kaluga south of Moscow, said it would also cut 100 jobs....More

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