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    Toyota Extends Halt in Tianjin Port Operations  

    The automaker will suspend operations near the Chinese port of Tianjin through Sunday instead of Wednesday as originally planned, due to safety concerns following last week's deadly warehouse explosion....More
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    Volvo First-Half Profit Up 71%  

    The Swedish subsidiary of Chinese automaker Geely is maintaining its full-year forecast of nearly 500,000 cars, with gains in Europe and the U.S. offsetting a slowdown in China....More
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    Toyota Halts Production at Russian JV  

    The Japanese automaker in late June suspended production of Land Cruiser Prado SUVs at a plant in Vladivostok, but says it will maintain operations at its remaining Russian plant in St. Petersburg....More
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    China Port Explosion Damages Cars, Disrupts Shipments  

    Toyota says it will halt operations through Wednesday at its plant in Tianjin, where more than 100 people died in a series of explosions last week. Volkswagen, Renault and Mitsubishi cars were damaged in the blasts and BMW diverted shipments of automobiles from Tianjin to Shanghai....More
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    CORRECTED-Ford moves commercial truck production to Ohio from Mexico  

    (Corrects name of plant location to Avon Lake, not Avon Park) DETROIT, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co on Wednesday will start building its medium-duty F-650 and F-750 commercial trucks at a Cleveland-area plant, moving production out of Mexico for the first time....More
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    BMW Sales Up 5.6% in July  

    The luxury automaker says sales in China fell 6.2% year-over-year, but an 11.3% gain in Europe and a 2.1% uptick in the U.S. put its July result in positive territory....More
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    China July Vehicle Sales Tumble 7.1%  

    July marked the fourth straight month of declining sales, the longest such streak in five years, and was the steepest drop since February 2013....More
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    UPDATE 2-Russia needs to do more to revive car sales -lobby group  

    (Adds AEB comments, details) MOSCOW, Aug 10 (Reuters) - Russia needs to go further in efforts to revive its ailing car industry, a lobby group said on Monday, as auto sales continued to slide in July. After years of growth in excess of 10 percent, Russian car sales collapsed in 2014 as the economy shrank and the rouble weakened, due to lower oil prices and Western sanctions over Moscow's role in the Ukraine crisis....More
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    Tesla Founder Musk Promises Profitability by 2016  

    The electric-vehicle maker's CEO has set a first-quarter 2016 deadline, less than a year and a half from now, for Tesla to become profitable enough to expand both its product lineup and its electric-power-storage enterprise....More
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    UPDATE 2-Tata Motors cuts sales, production targets for JLR in China  

    * To cut price of China-made Range Rover Evoque by 5-6 pct * JLR inventory in China up to 10,000 vehicles * Strong JLR sales, mainly in China, has long helped Tata (Adds CFO comments, details on China car market) By Aman Shah and Aditi Shah MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, Aug 7 (Reuters) - India's Tata Motors Ltd has cut prices, sales and production targets at its luxury Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) arm in China, a top executive said, as it struggles with high inventories in a slowing market....More
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    Ford China Sales Slip 6% in July  

    Last month's result left year-to-date sales by Ford and its joint ventures down 0.7% compared with like-2014....More
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    Western Europe July Car Sales Increase 8.8%  

    Industry statistics show the July result puts the region on track for a seasonally adjusted annual selling rate of 13.15 million vehicles, more than 1 million ahead of the 2014 total....More
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