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U.S. automakers seek advantage at Shanghai Auto Show

by Jennifer Pak Apr 18, 2019
American manufacturers are eager to win Chinese customers.
Ford Lincoln unveils a luxury SUV with seven seats at the Shanghai auto show. Other carmakers have pushed new SUVs and electric models to drive sales amid a slowdown in the industry.
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For the first time, Volkswagen edges out Toyota as the world's biggest car maker.

Carmakers bet on green future

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What trends are on display at the L.A. Auto Show?

by Jeff Horwich Nov 30, 2012
The opening of the L.A. auto show comes at an interesting time; the market for cars in the U.S. has rebounded even as the broader economic recovery continues at a painfully slow pace.

Peugeot: Rescued, but constrained by bailout

by Christopher Werth Nov 28, 2012
Last month, Peugeot secured a $9 billion lifeline from the French government to stay out of bankruptcy. In return, French politicians want the struggling company keep jobs, not cut them.

European automakers face dark present, uncertain future

by Christopher Werth Nov 27, 2012
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Chrysler ramps up SUV production

by David Gura Oct 29, 2012
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Indian factory experiences dangerous worker riots

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