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    Takata Accelerating Replacement Airbag Inflator Output  

    The supplier is producing 450,000 replacements a month for airbag inflators that can explode with excessive force and spray metal fragments, a defect linked to at least six deaths....More
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    Bollore to Develop France-Wide EV Charging Network  

    The French conglomerate plans to install 16,000 new semi-fast chargers across the country over the next four years....More
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    BMW Hooking Up With Local Suppliers for India Production  

    The German automaker's new partnerships with seven domestic suppliers will raise the share of localization at its Chennai plant to about 50%....More
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    Safety-Systems Growth Boosts Supplier Bosch's Bottom Line  

    The German supplier of electronic and mechanical auto components reports its 2014 margin on earnings before taxes and interest was 6.1% up nearly 1 percentage point from prior-year....More
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    Takata Airbag Recalls Cut Into Honda Profit Forecast  

    The automaker is scaling back its core profit forecast 6.5% to ¥720 billion for the year ending March 31 as it sets aside an extra ¥50 billion to cover recalls of cars equipped with faulty Takata airbag....More
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    Sanden Agrees to Plead Guilty to Price Fixing in U.S., Pay Fine  

    Sanden's plea will bring to 33 the number of companies which have been charged in the U.S....More
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    ZF to hire 650 for self-driving car tech - Automobilwoche  

    FRANKFURT, Jan 25 (Reuters) - German car parts maker ZF Friedrichshafen plans a hiring offensive to strengthen its position in technology for self-driving cars after buying U.S.-based TRW Automotive Holdings, its chief executive told a newspaper. Stefan Sommer told car industry weekly Automobilwoche that ZF intended to recruit more than 650 engineers and technicians worldwide within three years, mainly to develop radar and camera systems....More
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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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