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  • U.S. Auto Sales Maintain Momentum for Now

    Most major auto makers reported increases in U.S. sales in August, though analysts expect consumer demand for new vehicles to cool for the remainder of 2018.

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  • Autos News | Wall Street Journal
  • Suzuki to Stop Selling Cars in China

    Suzuki Motor said it is quitting the China market, as foreign makers of mass-market cars come under mounting pressure from Chinese rivals.

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  • Autos News | Wall Street Journal
  • GM’s Electric Dream in China Suddenly Looks Underpowered

    GM’s plans to ramp up electric-vehicle production in China were set back after the auto maker determined the Chinese-made batteries it intended to use failed to meet its own safety and performance standards during testing.

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  • As BMW Blazes Mount, South Korea Counsels Caution

    South Korea urged owners of recalled BMWs to take their vehicles for urgent safety checks after dozens of vehicle fires were reported, which BMW has largely blamed on a faulty exhaust component.

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  • Auto Sales Lost Speed in July

    U.S. auto sales slowed in July as rising interest rates, higher gasoline prices and falling demand for passenger cars dented the industry’s momentum after a strong first half of the year.

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  • Nissan Profit Dented by Higher Steel, Aluminum Prices

    Nissan echoed Detroit’s concerns about rising material costs as U.S. tariffs push the prices of steel and aluminum higher, threatening the company’s efforts to engineer a turnaround in its U.S. operations.

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  • Ford Hives Off Self-Driving Operations

    Ford is carving out its autonomous-vehicle program into a separate wholly owned company, a bid to accelerate its driverless-car efforts by attracting outside investors.

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  • Sudden CEO Shift Jolts Fiat Chrysler

    The deteriorating health of Sergio Marchionne forced Fiat Chrysler to replace him as CEO this weekend, a sudden change at a company dealing with a rapidly evolving industry and a global trade dispute.

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  • Tesla to Build Auto Factory in Shanghai

    Tesla announced plans to build a factory in Shanghai, a move expected to boost sales in the world’s largest auto market but comes amid a broader U.S.-China trade dispute.

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