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Volkswagen (VLKAY) Tops European Car Registrations In October
Among the local automakers, Volkswagen AG (OTCMKTS:VLKAY) had the highest number of car registrations with 289,220 units, a rise of 7.2% compared to October 2013.
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Luxury Is The Key For Volkswagen's Success (VLKAY)
As you can see, despite making up a smaller share of vehicle sales and sales revenues, luxury brings in the majority of Volkswagen Group's operating profits. Porsche is quite remarkable. Despite selling roughly 3% of the vehicles Volkswagen Passenger ...
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How Volkswagen Evaluates Batteries To Compete With Tesla
For the VW Golf GTE, which just entered production and is initially sold only in Europe, Volkswagen gets the whole pack directly from Panasonic.
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Volkswagen to launch 20 EV models in China by 2018
Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen AG (VLKAY) is determined to have �some hundred thousand� pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles on the roads of China by the year 2020, and all of them made locally.
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Stocks on the Move - Energy XXI Ltd (EXXI), Volkswagen AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS ...
Volkswagen AG (ADR) (OTCMKTS:VLKAY), Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, with its subsidiaries, manufactures and sells automobiles predominantly in Europe, North America, South America, and the Asia-Pacific.
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Chinese luxury car market lures Leading automakers like BMW, Volkswagen
There is an apparent shift in the automotive industry and leading global car makers are eyeing a share of the growing Chinese luxury car market.
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Porsche Continues To Shine In Volkswagen's Portfolio Of Vehicles (VLKAY)
Porsche and Bentley are ranked as the most profitable segment for Volkswagen AG. Revenues for Porsche went up by 16% in June and amounted to 8.2 billion Euros.
Chinese antitrust officials fine Volkswagen, Fiat
Continuing the crack down on foreign automakers in China, anti-monopoly regulators have fined a Chinese Volkswagen (OTCQX:VLKAY) joint venture $40.6M for fixing prices on vehicles and parts with dealers.
China Anti-Monopoly Regulators Slap Fine On Automakers  ValueWalk
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Volkswagen Extends Joint Venture In China To 25 Years
Volkswagen AG (VLKAY) has extended its cooperation with Chinese FAW Group Corp. till 2041. The German automaker has also announced to invest $126 million in its Shanghai Volkswagen proving ground, in Xinjiang province, with SAIC Motor Corp.
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Trouble Awaits Volkswagen As Labor Union Strategizes
Trouble is in the air for Volkswagen AG (ADR) (VLKAY) as its relationship with the United Auto Workers Union (UAW) may steer towards a worrisome direction in the future.