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EU says Honeywell, DuPont car refrigerant deal may be illegal

Oct. 22, 2014 10:51 CET
The EU says auto supplier Honeywell's joint venture with chemicals company DuPont to produce an air conditioning refrigerant for cars may be anti-competitive as the deal may have blocked rivals keen to participate in the chemical's development....
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Auto-paint supplier seeks $1 billion from IPO, report says

11:20 am U.S. ET | Aug. 14, 2014
Axalta Coating Systems, DuPont's former auto-paint unit, is working with Citigroup and Goldman Sachs on an initial public stock offering with hopes of raising $1 billion, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg....
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Car refrigerant rejected by Daimler is safe, EU scientists say

March 10, 2014 12:20 CET
EU scientists say a new car refrigerant at the center of a dispute between European regulators and Daimler does not pose any serious safety risks....
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Honeywell, DuPont said to face EU objections on car refrigerant

March 5, 2014 11:52 CET
Honeywell and DuPont are said to face a European Union complaint for violating antitrust rules over their car refrigerant chemical, the only product that currently meets new EU standards on greenhouse-gas emissions....
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Aston Martin recall highlights risk of China parts supply

Feb. 11, 2014 18:16 CET
Aston Martin's sweeping recall of its high-end sports cars raises larger questions about the risk to global automakers of sourcing key parts thousands of miles away in China without implementing adequate quality control measures....
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Aston Martin recall highlights risk of China parts supply

12:16 pm U.S. ET | Feb. 11, 2014
Aston Martin's sweeping recall of its high-end sports cars last week raises larger questions about the risk to global automakers of sourcing key parts thousands of miles away in China without implementing adequate quality control measures....
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Automakers' switch to new refrigerant will accelerate with EPA credits, European mandate

12:01 am U.S. ET | Dec. 30, 2013
Auto companies are moving quickly to adopt the 1234yf refrigerant, despite its higher costs and a safety scare that raised concerns about possible toxic leaks. Regulators like it because it leads to lower greenhouse gas emissions than the chemical used in most vehicles today, which is called R134A....
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