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    Ghosn: Nissan Eyeing Purchase of EV Batteries  

    The Nissan CEO tells The Wall Street Journal the automaker may follow alliance partner Renault's lead and purchase batteries for its electric cars, rather than build its own in a joint venture with NEC....More
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    China Slowdown Costly to VW, GM  

    Both Volkswagen and General Motors have scaled back their 2015 China sales forecasts, which likely would be accompanied by declines in profitability and cash flow....More
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    GM Korea Workers Plan Partial Strike Friday  

    The union representing nearly 14,000 hourly workers says it will strike for two hours Friday and four hours July 22 and refuse to work overtime or weekends while contract negotiations with the automaker continue....More
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    BMW Sticking With China Despite Bearish JV Partner  

    The German automaker expresses confidence in the Chinese market' continued importance, despite JV partner Brilliance China Automotive's prediction of a 40% drop in first-half 2015 profits....More
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    GM India Recall Covers 155,000 Vehicles  

    GM is conducting its largest-ever recall in India to repair wiring problems in Chevrolet Spark and Beat hatchbacks and Enjoy multipurpose vehicles built between 2007 and 2014....More
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    Shared Vehicle Architectures Increase Renault-Nissan Savings  

    The automakers credit common vehicle architecture for increasing synergies, which include savings, new revenues and costs avoided through cooperation, with a 32% year-on-year cost savings in 2014....More
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    CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Honda CEO expects higher China sales even as economy slows  

    (In July 9 story, corrects paragraphs 1 and 2 to clarify comments about Honda sales and overall Chinese auto market) * Still sees fiscal year sales higher than last year * Younger buyers still a source of growth - CEO By Minami Funakoshi TOKYO, July 9 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co's chief executive expects the automaker to record higher sales in China this fiscal year, even as overall vehicle sales in the world's biggest auto market weaken amid a slowing economy and the recent stock market turmoil....More
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    Honda Adds 4.5 Million Cars With Takata Airbags to Global Recall  

    The latest recall covers more Honda cars equipped with airbags made by supplier Takata with defects authorities blame for eight deaths, all in Honda vehicles....More
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    Japanese Authorities Release Ex-Toyota Exec Hamp  

    Prosecutors in Tokyo say Julie Hamp, who stepped down last week as chief communications officer of the world's No.1 automaker, was being released in light of the "social penalty" her resignation carried....More
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    Ford Looks to New Models to Grow China Sales  

    Coming off a mere 0.1% uptick in first-half sales from like-2014, the automaker looks for improvement from several new-model launches....More

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