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    Toyota-PSA's Czech Plant Output Up 38% in H1  

    New-model launches helped boost first-half production by the the automakers' Czech Republic joint venture, TPCA, to 114,694 units....More
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    Renault Launches Talisman, Replacing Laggard Laguna  

    Aimed at a sector long dominated by German offerings from BMW and Mercedes, the Talisman will be marketed in France from the end of this year, and then rolled out in the rest of Europe, north Africa and Turkey....More
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    German Car Sales Up 13% Year-on-Year in June  

    An industry association says June's improvement was the highest monthly increase this year and left the 6-month total up 5% at 1.62 million vehicles....More
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    Porsche Labor Rep Joins Volkswagen Supervisory Board  

    Uwe Hueck, deputy chairman of the VW-owned sports car maker, replaces Juergen Dorn, the former lead labor representative at truck manufacturer MAN, on the parent company's 20-member board....More
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    German Supplier Leoni Expects Improved Q2 Earnings  

    Dieter Belle, chief executive of the automotive wiring specialist, tells a German newspaper the company expects "significantly improved" EBIT results in the second quarter and further growth in the fourth....More
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    BMW Among Bidders for ANZ Car-Finance Arm  

    Australia and New Zealand Bank Group's $6 billion-plus car- and equipment-loan book likely will draw bids not only from the German automaker but also from U.S. private-equity firms....More
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    Mini on Track for Record Year, BMW Exec Says  

    Peter Schwarzenbauer, a board member of Mini parent BMW, says the brand's 163,000 year-to-date sales put it on track for record sales in 2015....More
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    Truck Maker MAN Reportedly Cutting 1,800 Jobs  

    The Volkswagen subsidiary cites efforts to cut costs and restore profitability in eliminating 1,800 jobs at its main trucks division....More
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    EU Signs Off on Mahle Purchase of Delphi's A/C Business  

    The European Union's executive branch says it ruled the German auto supplier's $727 million purchase of Delphi's thermal systems business raised no competition concerns....More
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    Intrigue Surrounds Launch of New Alfa Romeo Range  

    Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Alfa parent FCA, says the new line of premium cars will challenge German rivals Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, but at least one industry analyst says the real target may be an FCA merger partner....More

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