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    China Vehicle Sales in 2-Month Slump  

    May deliveries of 1.9 million vehicles were down 0.4% year-on-year and off 0.5% from April, marking the first time since October-November 2011 that sales fell in consecutive months....More
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    Toyota to Expand Philippines Production Capacity  

    The Japanese automaker's Philippines unit looks to grow local production capacity as much as 20% over the next two years with help from new government incentives....More
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    Hyundai Motor Eyes Cuts in Local Operating Costs  

    A spokesman says the depth of the cuts planned by Hyundai Motor and sister company Kia Motor will depend on third- and fourth-quarter sales....More
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    Better Late Than Never? Hyundai Seeks to Plug SUV Gap  

    The automaker is considering an internal proposal made last year to develop Genesis-based SUVs to fill a gap at the high end of its SUV range....More
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    Ford China Sales Up 4% in May  

    Reporting retail rather than wholesale data for the first time, the U.S. automaker and its Chinese joint ventures sold 91,013 vehicles last month....More
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    VW Says China Green-Lights Bigger Stake in FAW JV  

    The German automaker says the Chinese government "has approved in principle a possible increase" in its 40% stake in the JV with state-owned automaker FAW....More
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    Renault-Nissan Still Can Go It Alone, Ghosn Says  

    The CEO says French automaker Renault and Japanese partner Nissan can continue lowering vehicle- and technology-development costs and remain competitive without adding another partner....More
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    Nissan China Sales Up 0.1% in May  

    The Japanese automaker says it made 102,500 retail sales in China last month after switching from a wholesale-based reporting methodology....More
  • Newswire

    Android Coming to Indian Automaker Mahindra's SUVs  

    The Android technology, which connects smartphones and tablets with an onboard infotainment system, initially will be available in the Indian automaker's XUV500 and Scorpio models....More
  • Newswire

    Honda Sales in China Jump 32% in May  

    The automaker credits rollouts of new models including the Vezel CUV and Fit subcompact not only with a 32% sales jump last month but also a 31% improvement year-to-date, outpacing rivals in the world's biggest car market....More
  • Jun 2, 2015
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    Talks No Usual Throwdown for GM Korea, Union in 2015

    Employees’ specialized skills make GM Korea’s new-vehicle and engine-development centers valuable assets. Line workers, however, differ mainly from their Indian, Mexican and Chinese counterparts in that they make a lot more money....More
  • Newswire

    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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    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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    UPDATE 2-Honda expands air bag recall after Takata complies with U.S. order  

    (Adds expanded recalls in United States, Canada) By Chang-Ran Kim TOKYO, May 28 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co called back about 690,000 cars in Japan and the United States to replace air bag inflators made by Takata Corp after the Tokyo-based parts supplier last week agreed to comply with U.S. orders to expand some of its previous recalls. Honda, Japan's third-biggest automaker, disclosed the recall in filings in Tokyo and Washington....More

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