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    Exec Says Robots Could Help West Regain Car Making Edge  

    Donald Walker, CEO of Canadian auto supplier Magna, says the falling cost of automated systems may help automakers in North America and Germany reclaim manufacturing work now done in low-cost countries such as China....More
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    Chinese Car Market on Rebound, Valeo CEO Says  

    CEO Jacques Aschenbroich says he believes the world's largest car market is recovering after having "hit the bottom," and sticks with his prediction that the French auto supplier will hit its full-year financial targets....More
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    Japan Full-Year Sales Target Elusive, Top Lobbyist Says  

    Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. Chairman Fumihiko Ike says the rate of second-half sales will make the group's full-year forecast of 4.99 million deliveries tough to meet....More
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    Suzuki Buying Back VW's 19.9% Stake  

    The sale, worth up to $3.9 billion, follows an order by an international arbitration court that the German automaker sell its stake to its smaller Japanese rival....More
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    PSA, China's Dongfeng to Develop EV  

    The French automaker, which already is cooperating with Mitsubishi on current-generation electric vehicles, says it anticipates putting an EV co-developed with Dongfeng on the market around 2020....More
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    UPDATE 2-Carmakers curb China output as sales growth stalls  

    (Adds Renault, Daimler, more GM comments) * FAW-VW cutting shifts, cancelling staff bonuses * GM could put brakes on planned China capacity hikes-source * Chinese overcapacity could hurt industry profit - analysts * European car sales jump 11.5 percent in August By Andreas Cremer and Norihiko Shirouzu...More
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    Rainstorms Force Toyota to Halt Output at Three Japan Plants  

    Two of the three plants where Toyota canceled the Friday day shift are in Miyagi prefecture, where heavy rains have caused severe flooding, but no damage to those facilities or a third in Iwate prefecture is reported....More
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    Mercedes Beats BMW, Audi in China August Sales  

    Mercedes reports selling 139,802 cars last month in the world's biggest auto market, up 17.6% from like-2014, while BMW was up 7.6% with 135,735 deliveries and Audi was up only 2.7% despite a record 128,650 sales....More
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    Mahindra Launches New SUV in Tough Indian Market  

    The TUV300 compact SUV is Mahindra's first new vehicle in that fast-growing segment in three years....More
  • Newswire

    Audi CEO Mum on Full-Year China Sales Forecast  

    Rivals BMW and Mercedes-Benz both predict full-year sales increases in China but Audi CEO Rupert Stadler declines, saying the industry should "stay calm and wait for the undulation in China to subside."...More
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    Autoliv, Nissin Kogyo Form Brakes JV  

    Autoliv will control 51% of the venture, which will combine the Swedish auto supplier's brake-control operations with a portion of the Japanese supplier's brake business....More
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    Sources Say Pininfarina Sale to India's Mahindra Imminent  

    Sources familiar with the negotiations between the Indian automaker and Italian design studio say the deal hinges largely on the banks holding Pininfarina's debt....More


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