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Europe Breaking News

AvtoVAZ mulls in-house parts production to halt monopolies, graft

 

China watchdog probes another exec at FAW Group, VW's China partner

 

Great Wall breaks ground for Russian plant

 

Saab carmaker NEVS granted creditor protection by court but loses right to use Saab name

 

JLR intensifies efforts to meet tough EU CO2 target

 

Audi will recall 70,000 cars for potential brake problem

 

Suzuki gives the Vitara SUV a sleeker look

 

Lexus NX may become brand's top-selling nameplate

 

Ford to halt B-Max production on slow sales, report says

 

ANE's September e-magazine goes live Monday

 

Nissan's revived Datsun launches mi-Do hatchback

 

Fiat clears Chrysler merger hurdle

 

AvtoVAZ to cut workforce by 45%, report says

 

Infiniti readies dedicated design centers

 

Mercedes to bridge gap with midlevel AMGs

 

Blogs

Hollywood glamour, Parisian chic and the Peugeot 308

 

Why Korea could be next to crack down on foreign brand pricing

 

Why Beijing's antitrust crackdown has little to do with protectionism

 

Ford Fiesta, VW Polo make big moves in Web world

 

Automakers to face intensified scrutiny over voice recognition

 

Inside the Numbers

Recovery on track as western Europe car sales rise 5%

 

Strong UK car sales in July part of improving European trend

 

German car sales bounce back in July

 

European car sales rise 4%, boosted by incentives

 

Ford, Toyota models will help boost Turkish car output to record

 

On the Move

Lotus hires former Kia Europe exec Lievens

 

Former BMW designer Rice is Mazda Europe's new design boss

 

Europe's slump creates new opportunities at the top

 

Bentley names VW China exec as CFO

 

Bentley names VW veteran as human resources chief

 

Latest Launches

Citroen's clever C4 Cactus

 

Toyota Aygo gets 'fun' makeover

 

Nissan X-Trail gets sporty

 

The 'better Golf'

 

Honda rolls out the Civic wagon