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    Ford Upping Output by 40,000 Vehicles This Summer  

    The automaker says it will increase production by cutting summer shutdowns at its 16 North American plants from two weeks to one....More
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    Report Says U.S. Car, Truck Loans Longest Ever  

    The report by Experian says the average term for a new-vehicle loan in the first quarter was 67 months, while nearly 30% of all loans were for terms ranging from 73 to 84 months....More
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    UPDATE 1-French car sales fall 4 pct in May  

    (Adds details) PARIS, June 1 (Reuters) - New car registrations in France fell 4 percent year-on-year in May, the first decline since December but that was mainly due to fewer working days than last year. Peugeot was hit harder than domestic rival Renault and both underperformed foreign car makers. When the figures are adjusted to include a comparable number of working days as in May last year, sales rose 7.3 percent, according to figures from the CCFA, France's auto maker association....More
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    JLR Names New China Sales Chief After Q1 Slip  

    Mark Bishop, former managing director of Porsche China, succeeds Yi Lu as China sales chief for the luxury automaker, which saw first-quarter deliveries in the world's biggest car market drop about 20%....More
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    FCA Chairman Confirms CEO's Merger Overture to GM  

    Chairman John Elkann tells reporters CEO Sergio Marchionne's suggestion to GM CEO Mary Barra that the two automakers merge "was not the only email" on the topic....More
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    India's Mahindra 4Q Profit Drop Steepest Since 2008  

    India's leading seller of utility vehicles says profit for the quarter ending March 31 fell 39% to Rs5.5 billion, its steepest decline since an 89% skid in December 2008....More

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