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Business - Mitsubishi Heavy says too early to decide on support for Mitsubishi Motors

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd on Monday said it was too early to decide whether to offer support to sister company Mitsubishi Motors Corp , which is facing a financial hit after admitting to falsifying fuel economy data on its vehicles. Japan`s transport ministry is investigating Mitsubishi Motors after the automaker said it falsified fuel economy data on four vehicle models sold in Japan. On Monday, Mitsubishi Motors said it would hold a media conference on Tuesday to provide an update on the issue.

Monday, April 25, 2016  08:42


Business - Former `Top Gear` hosts plan DriveTribe motoring community

Tuesday, April 26, 2016  10:14


Business - Japan transport minister: Mitsubishi Motors expected to submit data Tuesday

Japan`s transport minister said he expects Mitsubishi Motors Corp to submit information related to its falsification of fuel economy data on Tuesday, within the deadline set by the ministry. Transport Minister Keiichi Ishii also said the ministry has set up a task force to examine fuel economy data submitted by automakers. Mitsubishi Motors said last week it overstated the fuel economy of four domestic models, including two produced for Nissan Motor Co. The misleading data affects 625,000 vehicles sold in Japan and Mitsubishi Motors has halted production and sales of the affected models.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016  02:38


Business - If Mitsubishi Motors needs help, group firms may look away

A decade ago, Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors survived a defect cover-up scandal through a bail-out by other Mitsubishi Group companies. Multiple senior officials at Mitsubishi companies said it would be `difficult` for them to help the car maker as they face their own financial squeeze, as well as calls to put shareholder returns above ties with the former Mitsubishi business empire, or `zaibatsu`, which was split up into independent companies after the Second World War. A task force at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, the banking arm of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group - which persuaded other group firms to rescue Mitsubishi Motors in 2004 - has reconvened in recent days to weigh the possible fallout of the automaker`s fuel economy cheating scandal, said a person with direct knowledge of the matter.

Monday, April 25, 2016  16:00


Business - Cadillac targets 11 percent operating margin in 10 years

Cadillac, General Motors Co`s luxury brand, is targeting an 11 percent operating margin in 10 years, Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen said on Monday in an interview with Reuters, laying out a timeline for the long-term turnaround of the brand. `We`ve got about a 10-year runway to get this brand to where it is making the kind of overall contributions to General Motors profitability that Mary (GM global CEO Mary Barra) expects from it,` he said at the Beijing autoshow.

Monday, April 25, 2016  12:20


Business - Hyundai Motor profit down for ninth straight quarter as China sales sag

Hyundai Motor posted its ninth straight quarterly profit drop on slower sales in China and other emerging markets, a trend the South Korean automaker seeks to reverse by supplying more sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and launching new sedans. Strength in smaller, fuel-efficient sedans helped Hyundai Motor outperform the industry during the global economic downturn, but has left it reeling from a consumer shift to gas-guzzling sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in recent years, driven by a slump in the price of oil. In China, its biggest market, Hyundai Motor sold 10 percent fewer vehicles in the quarter, as it trailed rivals in tapping soaring demand for SUVs.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016  09:55


Business - Honda targets 2016 China sales of 1.07 million vehicles: China exec

BEIJING (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co targets selling 1.07 million vehicles in China this year, a company executive said on Monday at the Beijing autoshow. Honda Motor and its Chinese joint venture partners sold 1.01 million vehicles in China in 2015, up 32.5 percent from the previous year. (Reporting by Sue-lin Wong; Editing by Muralikumar Anantharaman)

Monday, April 25, 2016  05:04


Business - High warranty costs reflect Tesla`s struggle with quality

By Paul Lienert and Alexandria Sage DETROIT/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk has told investors his electric car company will stop burning cash and turn a profit this year, and corralling costs associated with quality problems will be critical to making good on that pledge. While Tesla has trimmed its average warranty repair cost per premium electric vehicle since 2014, it still spends more than twice as much as General Motors Co and Ford Motor Co, according to a Reuters analysis of company data. Tesla`s warranty costs are also higher than those of Germany`s Daimler AG, maker of Mercedes-Benz luxury cars.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016  14:55


Business - Hyundai Motor Q1 profit dips 12 percent on weakness in SUV segment

South Korea`s Hyundai Motor posted its ninth straight quarterly profit drop as it trailed rivals in tapping soaring demand for sport utility vehicles in China, its biggest market. Hyundai`s strength in smaller, fuel-efficient sedans helped the automaker outperform the industry during the global economic downturn, but has left it reeling from a consumer shift to gas-guzzling sport utility vehicles (SUVs) in recent years, driven by a slump in the price of oil. Hyundai Motor, the world`s fifth-biggest automaker together with affiliate Kia Motors , reported on Tuesday a net profit of 1.69 trillion won ($1.47 billion) for the first quarter, down 12 percent from the year-ago quarter and compared with the 1.46 trillion won average estimate of 14 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Operating profit declined 16 percent to 1.34 trillion won, while revenue rose 7 percent to 22.35 trillion won.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016  06:53


World - UCI tests for hidden motors at Tour de Romandie all negative

AIGLE, Switzerland (AP) — The International Cycling Union says it has tested bicycles at the Tour de Romandie for using hidden motors and all the tests were negative.

Friday, April 29, 2016  16:53

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