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Production of Honda, Nissan, Subaru and Nissan cars in North America has been hit by a labour dispute at ports on the US west coast.
Late month winter storms couldn’t stop US light vehicles sales. Automakers enjoyed the highest January sales volume since 2001, delivering more than 1.15m new cars and light trucks.
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New vehicle sales in the Philippines increased by 29.5% to 234,747 units in 2014, compared with 181,283 units in the previous year, according to member data released jointly by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc (CAMPI) and the truck Manufacturers Association (TMA).
Plummeting petrol prices and rising consumer confidence helped automakers close out the 2014 sales year in impressive style.
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