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  • Newswire

    Audi Posts 13% September Sales Gain in China  

    The Volkswagen-owned premium automaker says demand for SUVs in its largest market boosted year-to-date sales 16% in addition to last month's gain....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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    Daimler Says China to Keep Leading Near-Term Growth  

    Daimler's head of Mercedes car sales, Ola Kaellenius, says China will remain the automaker's "most important growth market over the next five years."...More
  • Newswire

    Japan Auto Sales Off for Third Straight Month in September  

    Last month's 0.8% year-over-year sales decline is linked to a slowdown in consumer spending since the country's sales tax was raised in April from 5% to 8%....More
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    Indian Automaker Maruti Suzuki Plans Recall  

    India's largest automaker says the recall covers nearly 70,000 cars with potentially defective wiring harnesses....More
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    Philippines May Earmark $600 Million to Grow Auto Sector  

    The government subsidies are under discussion in a country where vehicle ownership is the lowest among Southeast Asia's five biggest economies....More
  • Newswire

    BMW Extending Automated Driving Research to China  

    The German automaker, which has extensively tested vehicles capable of highly automated driving in Germany, says it will team with local Internet provider Baidu to expand the research effort into China....More
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    UPDATE 1-Isuzu and GM to jointly develop mid-size pick-up truck  

    (Adds Isuzu quote, background on past cooperation) TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Isuzu Motors and U.S. group General Motors have agreed to jointly develop a mid-size pick-up truck for sale in major markets around the world excluding North America, the Japanese truckmaker said on Friday. The two companies, which have worked on trucks together in the past, are aiming to cut costs in the next generation mid-size pick-up by using more shared parts, Isuzu said in a statement....More
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    Sources Say Panasonic May Invest in Auto-Parts Maker Ficosa  

    The Japanese electronics and consumer-goods giant reportedly may purchase a near-50% stake in the Spanish company, which specializes in driver-assistance systems....More

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