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  • Jul 17, 2015
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    Chrysler Building Ram 1500 Diesels, But Sales Lag 2

    Through June, FCA says the diesel makes up 18% of the Ram 1500s shipped from the plant but only 12% of the retail mix. The automaker says a 20% retail mix remains in sight. But it should have been achieved by now....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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    Supplier Strike Ends, Spain's Seat Resumes Production  

    Volkswagen's Spanish subsidiary had shut down Wednesday because of a strike at Johnson Controls Eurosit that cut off supplies of seats....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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    VW's Seat suspends Spanish production due to parts strike  

    MADRID, July 15 (Reuters) - Spanish carmaker Seat said it had suspended all domestic production because of a strike at the firm that supplies it with seats. The strike at Johnson Controls Eurosit began on Wednesday, the carmaker, a subsidiary of Volkswagen, said in a statement. Seat's Spanish plant, at Martorell in Barcelona, has a capacity of 2,100 vehicles per day and produces the Leon and Ibiza marques, as well as the Audi Q3....More
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    PSA Sees Iran Opportunities With Deal to Lift Sanctions  

    A PSA official says the diplomatic agreement lifting sanctions against Iran will promote car production using the French automaker's latest vehicle architectures and engines....More
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    Polish Car Output Slips 0.7% in June  

    Production was up 11.5% in the year's first half compared with like-2014, but the June dip indicated the auto industry hasn't kept pace with the country's overall resurgence in manufacturing....More
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