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    Industry Official Sees Local Brands Joining China Price Wars  

    The head of the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers writes in a blog that local producers will follow the lead of global manufacturers who have been cutting prices on Chinese models to shore up sales....More
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    France's PSA, Bollore to Jointly Make, Sell EVs  

    The French automaker will manufacture up to 3,500 units of Bollore's Bluesummer 4-door convertible a year for sale in its showrooms....More
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    European Registrations Downshift in May  

    An industry group says May's 1.4% increase in registrations from prior-year followed an 8.1% improvement in the year's first four months....More
  • Newswire

    Australia New-Vehicle Sales Slip 1.3% in May  

    Government data shows last month's 1.3% sales slide followed a 1.5% decline in April....More
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    CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL)-UPDATE 1-BMW passenger car sales rise 4 percent in May  

    (Corrects second bullet, first, third and fifth paragraph to show BMW has amended its regional sales figures) * BMW brand sales rise 4 percent in May * BMW and Mini sales fall 4.2 percent in China * Recovery continues in Europe FRANKFURT, June 12 (Reuters) - BMW passenger car sales of its core brand rose 4 percent in May to 159,129 vehicles, helped by strong demand in the Americas and an ongoing recovery in the European car market while China sales fell....More
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    Hyundai, Kia Cut Production as Sales Slow  

    Last month's 2-day production rollback at Hyundai's Asan, South Korea, plant and Kia's trimming of hours at its Chinese plant, came as the automakers reported sales drops of 6% and 5%, respectively, in May....More
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    Mercedes Holding Line on Discount Levels in China  

    Mercedes sales and marketing chief Ola Kaellenius says the automaker has kept discount levels flat over the past year, despite trailing rival luxury automakers Audi and BMW in China....More
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    China Vehicle Sales in 2-Month Slump  

    May deliveries of 1.9 million vehicles were down 0.4% year-on-year and off 0.5% from April, marking the first time since October-November 2011 that sales fell in consecutive months....More

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