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[NEW YORK] FCA US, formerly Chrysler, announced on Friday it will recall 3.3 million older-model autos worldwide due to concerns about faulty Takata airbags.

AFTER the turbulence of the last two years, motor industry players are hoping for more stability in 2015.

BOTH SBS Transit and SMRT have submitted their application to the Public Transport Council (PTC) for fare adjustments, in the face of higher costs. In a press statement on Friday - the deadline for...

Will there be a COE boom in 2015? If so, what are the challenges for distributors?

AFTER receiving its air operator permit (AOP) earlier this week, Singapore Airlines-backed Vistara will take to the skies on Jan 9 with Mumbai and Ahmedabad as its first routes.

AJAY Singh, a co-founder of SpiceJet Ltd, plans to invest as much as 13 billion rupees (S$270.3 million) in the distressed carrier with some partners, a person with direct knowledge of the matter...

AIR France-KLM Group will push back delivery of some aircraft in the next two years to contain costs following its third profit revision this year.

UNDER pressure from regulators, Ford Motor is expanding nationwide the recall of vehicles with airbags manufactured by Japanese supplier Takata, the carmaker said on Thursday.

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