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    Brembo Chair Sees Limited Fallout From VW Scandal  

    Alberto Bombassei says the Volkswagen emissions scandal's impact on Italian suppliers could be "significant yet not dramatic" and the consequences for his company, which supplies brakes to Ferrari and Porsche, likely would be "modest."...More
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    VW Ex-CEO Winterkorn Steps Down as Audi Chair  

    Martin Winterkorn resigned as Volkswagen CEO last month as the scandal over falsified emissions-test results unfolded, then quit Wednesday as Audi chief after similar allegations against the VW luxury brand surfaced....More
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    Hyundai Motor's Chung Ups Stake in Family Business  

    Chung Eui-sun, the only son of Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Chung Mong-koo, held only 6,445 shares in Hyundai Motor prior to last month's purchase of 1.85 million shares that raised his stake in the automaker to 2.28%....More
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    Takata Crisis Opens Japanese Window for Autoliv  

    With many Japanese automakers having abandoned Takata amid massive recalls of cars equipped with potentially lethal airbag inflators, the Swedish supplier is ramping up production of replacement devices....More
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    Car Sharing, Autonomous Cars, No Existential Threat 1

    There is one big problem with car-sharing services and the idea one self-driving car can serve the needs of an entire family: sharing is required....More
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    BMW Group Posts 4% October Sales Increase  

    The German luxury automaker says October deliveries were a record high for the month, although the 4% rise was well below the September and August increases of 7.8% and 7.2%, respectively....More
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    Industry Group Says China October Vehicle Sales Up 11.8%  

    The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers says October's 11.8% increase to 2.2 million deliveries was the biggest year-on-year gain since December 2014, and left sales through the year's first 10 months up 1.5%....More
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    VW to Put Car Fixes Ahead of Test-Fixing Probe  

    Repairing diesel cars rigged to produce false emissions-test results is a higher priority than investigating the origins of the scandal, says Juergen Stackmann, the VW brand's sales chief....More
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    Germany to Recheck 800,000 VW Cars' CO2 Levels  

    The Federal Motor Transport Authority will review carbon-dioxide emissions levels of not only the 800,000 cars VW admits equipping with software producing false test results, but also cars apparently not affected by the action....More
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    Ex-Apple, Mercedes Exec Joing VW to Lead Digital Strategy  

    Johann Jungwirth moves to Volkswagen from Apple, where he headed Mac Systems Engineering after serving as president CEO of Mercedes-Benz's North American R&D arm....More
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    Only VW Linked to Emissions-Cheating Software, Report Says  

    The German magazine Wirtschaftwoche quotes California Air Resources Board chief Mary Nichols as saying only VW has been found to have used software producing deceptively low levels of emissions....More
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