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    Volvo Truck Workers Strike in Brazil  

    Volvo says about 4,000 workers at its Curitiba plant walked off the job after their union rejected the company's offer of employment through 2015 but with cuts in pay....More
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    Volvo Cars picks South Carolina to supply toughening U.S. market  

    * $500 million investment seen initially creating 2,000 jobs * Production to start 2018 and quickly reach 100,000 a year * China-owned Volvo Cars looking to reverse US sales decline By Laurence Frost and Ben Klayman PARIS/DETROIT, May 11 (Reuters) - Sweden's Volvo Cars has chosen a site in South Carolina for a $500 million investment in its first U.S. plant, it said on Monday, targeting a bigger share of the increasingly competitive North American premium market....More
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    Suzuki Sees 2015 Recovery After First Profit Drop in 6 Years  

    Japan's fourth-largest automaker says annual operating profit fell 4.4%, short of its prediction of a 0.1% rise, as strong sales in India were undercut by slumping demand at home....More
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    UPDATE 2-Toyota flags 3rd year of record profit on strong US sales, cost cuts  

    * Sees FY net profit up 3.5 percent to nearly $19 bln * N. America sales seen up 4.8 pct; globally to drop 0.8 pct * Q4 net profit up 50 percent; last FY net profit up 19 pct (Recasts, adds president comment, Q4 results) By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, May 8 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said it will crank net profit up to a third straight record this year as cost cuts and rising U.S. sales offset weaker business elsewhere, building on bumper earnings last year powered largely by foreign-exchange gains....More
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    UPDATE 2-Troubled air bag maker Takata says to return to profit in 2015/16  

    * Takata sees 7 bln yen for recall related costs in FY 2015 * Air bag maker says cannot estimate potential costs of lawsuits * Takata: External investigation into air bags continuing (Adds Takata CFO comments, background) By Mari Saito TOKYO, May 8 (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp said it expects to return to profit this financial year on higher Asian and U.S. sales, but the troubled company made few provisions for possible costs related to a massive global recall of its exploding air bags....More
  • May 7, 2015
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    We Lose by Waiting on Autonomous Cars 4

    Automakers are waiting for someone to tell them who is going to be held liable if a self-driving car crashes. They will be liable. Start figuring out how to deal with it....More
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    Auto Supplier Visteon's Q1 Profit Increases  

    The auto-parts manufacturer reports net first-quarter income of $50 million, or $1.10 a share, compared with $19 million, or $0.38 a share, a year earlier....More
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    VW Acting to Quickly Hire Piech Successor, CEO Says  

    Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn, whose public clash with Ferdinand Piech resulted in Piech's departure as chairman last month, says top management has achieved clarity on future strategy....More
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    Russia to Protect Foreign Automakers From Ruble Fluctuation  

    Industry sources tell a Russian newspaper the government will act to reduce the risk of ruble fluctuations to foreign automakers that have localized production in the country....More
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    Aggressive Investment Cuts Into Audi's Profit Margin  

    The Volkswagen-owned luxury automaker's first-quarter operating profit rose 8.2%, but new-product investment, overseas expansion and technology trimmed its operating margin to 9.7% from 10.1% year-ago....More
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    Workers Back VW's Choice of Two New Board Members  

    Leaders of VW's works council, which holds 10 of the 20 seats on the supervisory board, support the automaker's choice of Louise Kiesling and Julia Kuhn-Piech, whose appointments are being challenged by their uncle, just-departed former Chairman Ferdinand Piech....More
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    UPDATE 2-VW, Piech clash on board appointments ahead of AGM  

    * VW installs new board members ahead of May 5 AGM * Piech challenges VW's board choices -Bild * VW, Piech's office, Porsche SE, IG Metall decline comment (Adds Bild report and background) By Andreas Cremer and Jan Schwartz BERLIN, April 30 (Reuters) - Volkswagen and newly departed chairman Ferdinand Piech clashed again on Thursday over supervisory board appointments, causing new strains at the carmaker ahead of what is likely to become a tense shareholder meeting next Tuesday....More
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    UPDATE 2-Fiat Chrysler shares extend losses after CEO's consolidation call  

    (Adds details, Ford comments, analysts, updates shares) By Agnieszka Flak MILAN, April 30 (Reuters) - Milan-listed shares in Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) fell to a 10-week low on Thursday, a day after its chief executive called for large-scale industry consolidation. Sergio Marchionne on Wednesday renewed his plea for shrinking the number of players in the global auto sector to sustain the heavy capital investments needed to meet demands for cleaner, safer vehicles....More

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