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    Daimler, Linde to Boost Germany's Fuel-Cell Station Network  

    Each company will this year start investing €10 million to build 10 hydrogen fuelling stations and plan to set up a combined total of 13 through the end of 2015, both companies said in a joint statement on Wednesday....More
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    Chrysler Recalls Vans Over Unexpected Airbag Deployments  

    The automaker says the recall of 22,100 Ram C/V Tradesman commercial vans sold in the U.S. and Canada was prompted by 25 complaints of inadvertent front-passenger side-airbag deployments....More
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    CORRECTED -(OFFICIAL)- Chrysler recalls 21,470 commercial vans  

    (Corrects number of vans recalled from 31,497 to 21,470 in headline and first paragraph and adds that some are in Canada) DETROIT, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group said on Monday that it is recalling an estimated 21,470 commercial full-size vans in the United States and Canada to replace their head restraints. Chrysler, a unit of Fiat, said the 2014-model Ram ProMaster vans were assembled with head restraints that may exceed the allowable gap between an occupant's head and the restraint....More
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    NHTSA Begins Investigating Steering Complaints From Ford Owners  

    Government safety regulators say they have received 508 complaints about loss of steering power in certain Ford Fusion and Fusion Hybrid, Lincoln MKZ and MKZ Hybrid, and Mercury Milan midsize sedans from the '10-'12 model years....More
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    UPDATE 2-Daimler, Renault-Nissan extend manufacturing alliance  

    * Alliance struck in 2010 has ballooned * The carmakers share engines and factories * Cost savings in excess of 2 billion euros (Adds additional comments from Renault, Daimler CEO's) By Edward Taylor and Gilles Guillaume PARIS, Oct 3 (Reuters) - Daimler and Renault-Nissan are extending a manufacturing alliance, the two carmakers said on Friday, adding that there were no limits to how the cooperation could evolve....More
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    Automakers Seek Workable EU Emissions Limits  

    EU member countries will require that carbon-dioxide emissions from new cars be reduced from 127 g/km in 2013 to about 95 g/km by 2021, but the heads of Volkswagen and Fiat-Chrysler express concern about the financial burden of meeting even stricter limits....More

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