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  • TTPA hold-up with car parts

    The latest round of talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement concluded in a stalemate last week with dairy, automotive and pharmaceutical issues being cited as sticking points.

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    Industry happenings at Waikato Toyota, Motorcentral and more.

  • Subaru under fire in probe

    An investigation by Reuters has made some allegations about how the Subaru Forestor is made.

  • Richard Hammond, left, and James May, right, are reportedly to turn down a deal with the BBC because they only want to return to Top Gear as a threesome.Amazon signs ex-Top Gear team

    Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are set to host a new car show.

  • sirjohnObituary: Sir John Todd

    Sir John Todd, the former head of one of New Zealand's largest companies has died.

  • Turners buys finance firm

    Turners Ltd has entered into an unconditional agreement to buy Christchurch-based Southern Finance.

  • Issues over levies expanded

    A botch-up that has seen thousands of car owners overcharged for their registration is bigger than first thought and still growing, according to the Labour Party.

  • Jeff Greenslade, managing director of Heartland New Zealand Ltd.Bank issues profits advisory

    Heartland NZ expects its net profits after tax for the year ending June 30, 2015, will be about $48m

  • The Lexus NX.Lexus sales lead segment

    The steady increase in demand for SUVs has seen the Lexus NX lead the medium luxury SUV segment.

  • 20150728-vwtoyota2VW top for global sales

    Volkswagen has surpassed Toyota to become the world’s biggest automaker based on deliveries in the first quarter of 2015.

  • inlovingmemryNew film on TT race

    A new trailer has been released for In Loving Memory, a new film about the Isle of Man TT.


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