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Canada: weaker currency might not bring expected auto revival


While Windsor, Ontario was once billed as the British Empire’s auto capital, today its’ unlikely the plunging Canadian currency would benefit in the immediate future the car manufacturing sector. There are new investments currently being made there, such as FCA US’s decision to build the next generation of the Chrysler minivan, but overall they can’t overcome the other “ruins” – plants ...
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MKC crossover reshapes Lincoln revival
Although it was unable to move the luxury segment’s classification, the fastest-growing premium brand in America last year was now BMW, Lexus or Audi. It was, surprisingly, Ford’s Lincoln. Cadillac and ...
Report – Volkswagen wants to revive Phaeton luxury car
With the core Volkswagen passenger car brand ordered to cut costs severely and raise profit, the company still managed to surprise experts and analysts with its recent drive to spend ...
US: Volvo makes management changes to counter slower sales
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GM pledges $12 billion for Cadillac’s development
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Mercedes revives Maybach to tackle Rolls-Royce… again
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Report – Aston Martin planning Lagonda sedan
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Report – Alfa Romeo to become independent
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US: Obama administration to revive green car program
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Russia: Renault-Nissan confident in the local market
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