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Fiat Chrysler, PSA Win EU Antitrust Okay For $38 Billion Merger

The European Commission said PSA will extend its small van agreement with Toyota Motor by increasing capacity for Toyota and cutting transfer prices for the vehicles, spare parts and accessories to address EU competition concerns, confirming a Reuters story in October.

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Wall Street Braces For Tesla's S&P 500 Debut

Tesla's stock has surged almost 700% year to date, making it the most valuable auto company in the world, despite production that is a fraction of rivals including Toyota Motor, Volkswagen and General Motors.

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Uber Sells ATG Self-Driving Business To Aurora At $4 Billion

Uber's partnership with Aurora is not exclusive. Khosrowshahi said Uber would continue to install self-driving technology on a variety of vehicle makes, but called the relationship with Aurora "special."

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Toyota Halts Operations At Indian Plant Again As Union Strike Continues

The disruption follows several months of a slump in sales, and comes at a time when vehicle deliveries to dealers are picking up in anticipation of strong demand during the November festive period in India.

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Uber In Talks To Sell Its ATG Self-Driving Unit To Aurora

Uber's ATG, which works to develop autonomous driving technology, counts Toyota Motor Corp and SoftBank Group Corp among its investors.

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Nissan's Prospects Brighten As China Rebounds, But Struggle Ahead For Weakened Car Maker

Nissan's second-quarter results are likely to highlight how it is falling further behind domestic rivals Toyota Motor Corp and Honda Motor Co Ltd, both of which last week raised their profit estimates thanks partly to an uptick in demand from China, the world's largest auto market.

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Toyota Declares Lockout At Bidadi Manufacturing Plant Following Workers' Union Protest

The company noted that as per extant service rules and keeping in mind the principles of natural justice, all possible opportunities will be provided to the employee during the inquiry process.

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Honda Doubles Profit Forecast, Boosted By China Rebound

Japan's third-biggest automaker said it now forecasts a full-year operating profit of 420 billion yen ($4.06 billion) up from a previous prediction of a 200 billion yen profit.

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Toyota More Than Doubles Full-Year Profit Outlook

Japan's biggest automaker said it now expects operating profit of 1.3 trillion yen ($12.6 billion) for the year through March 2021, up from a previous prediction for a 500 billion yen profit.

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Toyota To Invest $500 Million In KDDI To Deepen Ties For 'Connected Car'

As cars become more connected, the auto industry is facing competition from a growing number of global tech giants, including China's Tencent Holdings, Alphabet, Samsung Electronics.

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Toyota Launches First Regional Stockyard At Guwahati To Cut Delivery Time

The new stockyard will significantly enhance distribution efficiency, reduce inventory costs and turnaround time for dealer working capital besides facilitating TKM dealers to meet customer requirements faster, the automaker said in a release.

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Toyota-Panasonic Battery JV To Boost Efficiency To Catch Up With Chinese Rivals

The venture, Prime Planet Energy & Solutions Inc, is now the world's largest supplier of batteries for hybrid vehicles, and was created in April by pooling part of the battery-related equipment and engineers of the two firms.

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Toyota's Annual Global Electrified Vehicles Sales Could Reach 5.5 Million By 2025

Toyota in 2017 had announced a plan to sell 5.5 million electrified vehicles, including 4.5 million of hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles and 1 million electric and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles, by 2030.

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Toyota US August Sales Fall 23% As Pandemic Weighs On Inventory

Outbreaks of COVID-19 across southern and southwestern U.S. states during the summer appear to have slowed the economic recovery.

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Japan Automakers Post 12% Slide In July Global Vehicle Sales

Total global production at Japan's seven major automakers fell 14.4% year-on-year to 1.99 million units last month, improving from a 26.1% tumble in June.

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