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Siemens-Alstom Rail Merger Is Poised to Be Barred by EU
Attempts to render the deal more palatable to the European Commission may come up empty: Alstom.
U.K. Leads Europe's Car Market to Slip First Time Since 2013
Aston Martin and Bentley making arrangements to do what they can to avoid problems with their supply chains.
BMW Sees Stronger Sales Despite Challenging Year Ahead
Volkswagen AG is setting up its own charging and electricity unit
Mercedes 2018 Sales Growth Plummets as Sector Hurdles Mount
Siemens-Alstom Assets Draw Bids Amid Push to Sway EU
The labour market continued to develop well in Germany, even though the economic upswing has lost some momentum.
European Car Sales Slump for Third Month With No Sign of Rebound
Canada’s State Railway Set to Give Order to Siemens Over Bombardier
VW Says the Next Generation of Combustion Cars Will Be Its Last
BMW Faces Trade, Cost Headwinds of at Least $1.1 Billion in 2019
German Carmaker Shares Jump on Potential U.S.-China Tariff Truce
German Carmaker CEOs Are Said to Meet at White House Tuesday
Germany’s jobless rate unexpectedly fell to 5% in November from 5.1 percent, and the number of people out of work slid 16,000.
BMW AG now has its own three-row luxury cruiser to challenge the likes of the Mercedes-Benz GLS, Cadillac Escalade and Lexus LX.
Higher vehicle levies will take a $339 million bite out of 2018 earnings, says BMW’s CFO.
ECB Officials Warn of Damage to Italy From Fiscal Fighting
European Car Sales Slump Again, Testing VW's Upbeat Outlook