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  • Even such early car-making heavyweights as Panhard-Levassor in France, or Daimler and Benz in Germany, designed models that were driven away by at most a few hundred or few thousand buyers.

    The English Is Coming!

  • "This is neither in the interest of citizens nor that of the car-making industry or suppliers and the environment," said German Economics Minister Rainer Brüderle.

    EU Backs New Laws Forging Single Market

  • Now, with power grids severely damaged, Japan's car-making and other manufacturing facilities are facing total shutdown as power is diverted to essential services.

    Investors Survey a Damaged Economy

  • Besides the port itself, which is projected to accommodate the world's biggest ships when it opens in 2012, the complex also includes a power plant, a steel mill and a car-making plant, among other businesses.

    EBX Expects to Unveil Car Maker Partnership by July

  • Maruti Suzuki, the Indian car-making unit of Suzuki Motor , led auto shares higher after saying it expects no impact from the crisis in Japan and that it expects to sell nearly 110,000 vehicles in March.

    India Shares Rise on Decline in Oil Prices

  • Mr. Ozawa noted the gains made in recent weeks by German and Korean car-making rivals after Toyota had to slash its production volumes, and he acknowledged the company's global market share will likely shrink this year.

    Toyota Expects 31% Drop in Net Profit

  • General Motors and SAIC will jointly design a new electric car for the Chinese market and look to extend their car-making alliance to other markets.

    What's News—

  • One of Mr. McDonald's most important contributions was helping to oversee a massive 1984 reorganization in which GM consolidated its five car-making divisions into two, Hoglund said.

    Former GM president F. James McDonald dies at 87

  • Chrysler's operating results, meanwhile, were reported Wednesday in Turin, Italy, where Fiat also announced plans to separate its car-making operation from its truck and farm equipment businesses.

    Is Detroit Turning The Corner?

  • Car-makers went on a tear, opening plants all over the world (and experts say the average car-making plant costs about $1 billion).

    Steve Parker: GM Sets Volt Price While Toyota Delays US-Built Prius

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