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    Toyota Sets 1.1 Million-Unit China Sales Goal for 2015  

    Sales by the Japanese automaker rose 12.5% in 2014, outperforming the Chinese market's overall 7% rate of increase, but nevertheless fell short of its target of 1.1 million deliveries....More
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    UPDATE 3-BMW's China dealers say company agrees to pay $820 mln subsidy  

    * BMW and China dealers reach settlement over subsidies * Dealers say $820 mln deal struck, BMW declines confirm details * Toyota also negotiating with dealers in China (Adds details about BMW's ageing product range, analyst comment) By Samuel Shen and Edward Taylor...More
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    Nissan Surpasses, Honda Misses U.S. December Sales Goals  

    Nissan's 7% sales increase in December gave the automaker 1.39 million deliveries in calendar 2014, a company record, while Honda's 1.5% uptick in December was well short of analysts' forecasts....More
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    German Car Sales Up 6.5% in December  

    Last month's sales increase in Europe's biggest auto market got a boost from an extra selling day and left the full-year result up 2.9% from 2013....More
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    UPDATE 2-Car sales slump in France, but rise in Spain and Italy  

    * French car sales down 6.8 pct in December * Spanish Dec sales jump 21.4 pct, boosted by subsidy scheme * Italian figures rise, but recovery still fragile (Adds Italian figures, industry comment) PARIS/MADRID, Jan 2 (Reuters) - France's floundering economy pushed car sales 6.8 percent lower year-on-year in December, while Spanish sales jumped by 21.4 percent, helped by a subsidy scheme, and also rose in Italy, according to auto industry associations....More
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    UPDATE 2-Hyundai-Kia see 2015 sales growth weakest in 12 years  

    * Hyundai-Kia sets global goal at 8.2 mln vehicles, up 2.5 pct * Sales rise 5.8 pct to 8 mln vehicles in 2014 (Add comments from chairman, analyst and background) By Hyunjoo Jin SEOUL, Jan 2 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co and affiliate Kia Motors Corp forecast sales this year to grow at the slowest pace since 2003, hampered by capacity constraints and a weaker yen that is likely to give Japanese rivals an edge in key markets....More
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    Hyundai, Kia Raise Global Sales Target 2.5% in 2015  

    Hyundai and its Kia affiliate say they sold 8 million vehicles combined in 2014, exceeding their original target of 7.86 million, and aim for 8.2 million deliveries in 2015....More
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    Chinese Dealers Criticize Foreign Automakers as Inventories Swell  

    The China Auto Dealers Assn. contends foreign automakers effectively obligate retailers to buy their cars, leaving them with bloated inventories and lower profits....More
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    Hyundai to Construct Two China Plants  

    The Korean automaker says its first new manufacturing facilities since 2012 will have annual capacity of 300,000 units apiece when they come on line in 2016 and 2017....More
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