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    Aston Martin Sees Signs of Recovery as 2013 Loss Drops  

    The sports car maker says its 2013 pretax loss was $41 million, down one-third from year-earlier, on a 12.6% increase in revenue while sales totaled 4,200 units, up from 3,800 in 2012....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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    BMW Sales Chief Sees Modest Growth in 2014  

    Ian Robertson, head of sales for the German luxury automaker, says growth in China is slowing but still will exceed that of other foreign markets....More
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    French Automaker PSA Open to Partnerships, CEO Says  

    Chief Executive Carlos Tavares says the automaker will consider potential partnerships, but only after it completes what he estimates will be two to three more years of restructuring....More
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    Panasonic Buying 49% Stake in Spanish Auto Parts Maker  

    The Japanese electronics giant says its "capital and business alliance" with Ficosa International will allow the companies to jointy develop high-tech automotive mirrors designed to enhance safety....More

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