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  • Jan 15- Canadian auto parts maker Magna International Inc on Wednesday forecast sales for 2014 below analysts' expectations. The company, one of the world's largest parts suppliers, said it expects total sales of $33.8 billion to $35.5 billion in 2014. Analysts on average were expecting $35.8 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

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  • Dana reports 2013 sales above estimates Tuesday, 14 Jan 2014 | 9:23 AM ET

    Jan 14- Auto parts supplier Dana Holding Corp reported 2013 sales slightly above analysts' estimates and said it expected demand across most regions to remain "mostly stable" in 2014.. Maumee, Ohio- based Dana forecast sales of $6.8 billion- $6.9 billion for 2014, below the average analyst estimate of $6.98 billion.

  • FRANKFURT, Jan 13- Cut-throat competition and decades-old banking relationships mean lenders aiming to profit from Germany's booming middle-sized companies may be chasing a mirage.

  • *$25 mln cap on Richard Li bid; lawyer cries foul. *China's Wanxiang says plans to start bidding at $35 mln. WILMINGTON, Del., Jan 10- A U.S. judge rejected a planned sale of Fisker Automotive to Hong Kong businessman Richard Li in favor of competitive bidding, opening the way for China's largest auto parts company to bid for the maker of the Karma plug-in hybrid sports car.

  • WILMINGTON, Del., Jan 10- A U.S. judge on Friday rejected a planned sale of Fisker Automotive to a Hong Kong tycoon, opening the way for China's largest auto parts company to buy the defunct maker of the Karma plug-in hybrid sports car.

  • *Fisker urges court to approve sale to Hong Kong's Richard Li entity. Jan 2- Fisker Automotive, the bankrupt maker of a plug-in hybrid sports car, asked a federal judge to approve its proposed sale to a Hong Kong tycoon rather than a Chinese suitor that Fisker alleged was to blame for its failure.

  • Jan 2- Fisker Automotive, the bankrupt maker of a plug-in hybrid sports car, asked a federal judge to approve its proposed sale to a Hong Kong tycoon rather than a Chinese suitor that Fisker alleged was to blame for its failure.

  • Dec 31- China's largest auto parts company made a surprise bid for Fisker Automotive just days before the bankrupt maker of the Karma plug-in hybrid sports car was to be sold to a Hong Kong tycoon, according to court documents.

  • Dec 31- China's largest auto parts company made a surprise bid for Fisker Automotive just days before the bankrupt maker of the Karma plug-in hybrid sports car was to be sold to a Hong Kong tycoon, according to court documents.

  • Dec 18- Johnson Controls Inc forecast lower 2014 earnings than analysts were expecting on Wednesday, as it plans to buy and sell assets to reduce dependence on the low-margin automotive sector in favor of its power business. Shares of Johnson Controls, the largest U.S. auto parts maker, fell 2.6 percent to $50.01 in Wednesday afternoon trading.

  • Johnson Controls forecasts 2014 earnings below estimates Wednesday, 18 Dec 2013 | 9:44 AM ET

    Dec 18- Johnson Controls Inc forecast lower 2014 earnings than analysts were expecting as it plans to buy and sell assets to reduce dependence on the low-margin automotive sector in favor of its power business. Shares of Johnson Controls, the largest U.S. auto parts maker, fell as much as 1.5 percent in early trading on Wednesday.

  • General Motors to invest $1.3 bln in 5 U.S. plants Monday, 16 Dec 2013 | 12:15 PM ET

    FLINT, Mich, Dec 16- General Motors Co said on Monday it will invest nearly $1.3 billion at five U.S. plants to make a new transmission and boost output for a planned new engine as well as add a vehicle paint shop.

  • BEIJING/ SHANGHAI, Dec 16- Renault SA clinched full access to China's auto market on Monday by sealing a joint venture agreement with state-owned Dongfeng Motor Group in Wuhan, a city fast shaping up as China's own Detroit. The deal allows Renault to fully tap demand in China, something it has been unable to do until now because of the lack of a strong local partner.

  • BEIJING/ SHANGHAI, Dec 16- Renault SA clinched full access to China's auto market on Monday by sealing a joint venture agreement with state-owned Dongfeng Motor Group in Wuhan, a city fast shaping up as China's own Detroit. The deal allows Renault to fully tap demand in China, something it has been unable to do until now because of the lack of a strong local partner.

  • SYDNEY, Dec 16- Harrington Industries Ltd, a 94- year-old privately-owned car parts maker, should be crushed by the coming implosion of Australia's auto manufacturing industry.

  • Dec 10- AutoZone Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts retailer, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as it focuses on its fast-growing business that sells to auto repair chains to offset weakness in its main do-it-yourself market.

  • *Earnings $6.29/ share vs est $6.28. Dec 10- AutoZone Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts retailer, reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit as cold weather and delayed repairs drove demand for vehicle parts.

  • Dec 10- AutoZone Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts retailer, reported a better-than-expected 7 percent rise in quarterly profit as demand for repairs improves. AutoZone's performance has been weaker than some of its rivals due to its larger exposure to the do-it-yourself market, which has not recovered as fast as commercial repair.

  • AutoZone profit rises 7 pct due to higher repairs Tuesday, 10 Dec 2013 | 7:07 AM ET

    Dec 10- AutoZone Inc, the largest U.S. auto parts retailer, reported a 7 percent rise in quarterly profit due to higher repairs. Net income rose to $218.1 million, or $6.29 per share, in the first quarter ended Nov. 23, from $203.5 million, or $5.41 per share, a year earlier. Revenue rose 5 percent to $2.09 billion.

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