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Costly FCA deal shrinks advantage vs. rivals

The labor cost gap Fiat Chrysler has enjoyed could largely be negated by expensive concessions designed to win support from distrustful UAW members now voting on a new contract. ...

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New to the U.S. landscape, a Mazda supplier commits large

Toyotas U.S. supply base will support the new Mazda-Toyota vehicle joint venture in Alabama. But Mazda needs suppliers, too. ...

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GM to end assembly at Ontario plant week of Dec. 16

Unifor, the union representing hourly employees at the Oshawa, Ontario, plant, said in an email it had expected assembly to continue to Dec. 19 but said it now has been informed that production will end Dec. 17. ...

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Alstom chief approached for Renault CEO job, report says

Alstoms Henri Poupart-Lafarge could be picked for the Renault CEO post over Luca de Meo, head of VW Groups Seat brand, and Patrick Koller, head of the supplier Faurecia, a French business television channel reported. ...

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Polestar 2 trial production begins at Geely plant

Polestar, Volvo Car Corp.s electrified performance brand, started trial production of its second model at a plant run by Volvos Chinese parent, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, in east Chinas Zhejiang province. ...

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UAW executive board names Rory Gamble president

Gamble has served as the unions acting president since former President Gary Jones last month took a leave of absence amid a widening corruption scandal. He becomes the unions first African American president. ...

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Automakers cutting 80,000 jobs globally as EV shift upends industry

The global auto industry will produce 88.8 million cars and light trucks this year, an almost 6 percent drop from a year ago, according to researcher IHS Markit. ...

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