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    ZF to hire 650 for self-driving car tech - Automobilwoche  

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    EU Ruling on ZF's TRW Acquisition Due Feb. 26  

    German auto-parts maker ZF has bid $13.5 billion to acquire U.S. rival TRW, both of which are developing technologies for self-driving cars....More
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    U.S. Nearing Increase in Duties on Chinese Tires  

    The Department of Commerce's preliminary decision to raise duties on Chinese car and light-truck tires follows a ruling they were sold too cheaply in the U.S....More
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    Takata Rival Daicel Raising Airbag Inflator Output  

    Daicel will increase production at its Japan plant and may raise output at its overseas facilities to meet rising demand apart from rival Takata's replacement of defective airbag inflators....More
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    Japanese Regulators May Hike Supplier Oversight in Wake of Takata Recalls  

    The comments by Japan's transport minister indicate possible changes to laws that prevent regulators from directly investigating supplier problems....More
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    Magna Predicting Decrease in 2015 Revenue  

    The Canadian supplier and contract assembler's prediction of $34.4 billion to $36.1 billion in total revenue falls short of analysts' expectation of $37.7 billion....More
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    Continental Predicts 5% Sales Uptick in 2015  

    The German automotive supplier says a 5% improvement on 2014 sales of 34.5 billion euros would allow it to maintain a double-digit operating-profit margin....More
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    Lessons From the Takata Airbag Disaster 1

    Automakers and suppliers must notify NHTSA about a problem immediately. Second, politicians and regulators need to adopt a more cooperative approach....More
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    Takata President Steps Down Amid Global Airbag Crisis  

    Shigehisa Takada, a grandson of the company's founder, will succeed Stefan Stocker as president....More

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