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Opel strategy chief Sedran will head Chevrolet Europe

Opel strategy chief Thomas Sedran will be the new head of Chevrolet and Cadillac in Europe. Sedran faces a tough task boosting Chevrolet's falling sales in the crisis-hit region. Read More »


Opel names former consumer goods exec Mueller to run marketing

Opel named Tina Mueller, a former Henkel executive, to run the brand's marketing. Mueller's experience in the brand-driven consumer goods industry will have a major impact on the automaker, the company said Read More »


Germany seeks to block EU auto CO2 emissions deal, sources say

Germany is working to block a compromise deal that would impose a tougher CO2 emissions limit for all new cars in the European Union starting in 2020. Read More »


Bosch opens second proving ground in China

Bosch has opened a second proving ground in China, which will allow the supplier to test antilock brakes, electronic stability control systems, as well as driver assistance technology for passenger vehicles, motorcycles and trucks. Read More »


Britain's Morgan opens first Beijing dealership

Morgan Motor has opened its first dealership in Beijing. The showroom is near Bentley and Lotus dealerships. Read More »


Renault pushes Twingo upscale; will drop 3-door version

Renault has high hopes for its new Twingo minicar, which will switch to a five-door layout in a move that may help the automaker win customers downsizing from larger vehicles. Read More »


Ford says its China sales growth will outpace industry

Ford, the fastest-growing major foreign automaker in China this year, said its sales gain will outpace the industry in 2013 as customers buy new models. Read More »

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