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Asian carmakers are taking hits to their profits from having to spend more to move metal in America. Nissan and Hyundai both said higher U.S. incentives dented Q2 profits.
BorgWarner reported a 29 percent jump in net income for the second quarter, to $212 million, thanks in part to growth in its sales of drivetrains in China.
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