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China's government flexes its muscles

Nearly every automaker is at risk these days of doing something wrong in the eyes of China's government.  » READ

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Automakers called out on lousy voice recognition


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GM is doing the right thing


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An easy solution to recall compliance


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Changing GM will take time


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States meddle in car sales again


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Do recalls also mean profits?


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Eventually, you have to fix cars


Brace yourself for the fiscal pothole