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Auto industry news is popular across a broad range of interests, so Wiser has made it easier than ever to stay up-to-date. We have created a tailored, daily digest featuring content on the auto industry from around the web. It is easy to use, comprehensive and free. The auto industry has had a significant impact on the lives of everyday Americans and it has influenced the country's infrastructure, economy, and position in the world. Its origins date back to the 1800s and by the early 1900s cars were being produced in the thousands. Today, the industry has annual worldwide revenues of more than $2 trillion dollars, with about 90 million cars produced each year. The industry is worth about $250 billion in the US, plus there are significant industries in other countries including Germany, Japan, South Korea, Brazil and China. And the industry is changing with emerging markets showing the most growth. There are also new technologies being developed to improve safety, efficiency, and to protect the environment. Meanwhile, the industry continues to consolidate through mergers and acquisitions. This all shows that, like cars themselves, auto industry news moves fast. But you can get an edge by signing up for the free daily news digest from Wiser.

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UPDATE 1-Germany could impose limited diesel car bans in strategy shift
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Dozens killed or wounded in south Yemen suicide attacks: witnesses
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ADEN () - Dozens of people were killed or wounded in two suicide car bombings in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden on Saturday, witnesses and local medics said. They said the attacks appeared to have targeted a camp used by...
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Auto Industry
Police name woman found dead on M20 in Kent
The GuardianAgencies, Patrick Greenfield
A woman who was found dead on a motorway in Kent has been named as Dominique Worrall. The 32-year-old’s body was discovered by police on the London-bound M20 carriageway near Ashford at 6.05pm on Tuesday. A man who was arrested on suspicion...
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India needs Rs 10 lakh crore to clean major rivers: Nitin Gadkari
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
India requires at least Rs 10 lakh crore to clean all its major rivers, Road Transport, Shipping and Water Resources Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Saturday. Speaking at the Economic Times Global Business Summit, the minister said the government could come up...
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5 Non-Tech Value Stocks Mostly Ignored By Tech-Crazed Wall Street
ForbesContributor, John Navin
All of these stocks have price/earnings ratios of below 15 at a time when the cyclically-adjusted p/e of the S&P 500 comes in at 33. All of these stocks are trading at less than book value. This is why we can look...
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UPDATE 1-Germany could impose limited diesel car bans in strategy shift
ReutersThorsten Severin
BERLIN () - Germany’s government, which has steadfastly opposed barring heavily-polluting diesel cars from cities, is working on changes to allow driving bans on certain routes on an emergency basis, documents seen by showed. Junior transport minister Norbert Barthle, a conservative, disclosed...
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Wall Street Breakfast: What Moved Markets This Week
Seeking AlphaWall Street Breakfast
The Dow ended in the green for the week with a 0.4% gain, the S&P rose 0.6% and the Nasdaq jumped 1.4%. Stocks revved higher on Friday afternoon after the Federal Reserve report to Congress gave little indication that the central bank...
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Auto Industry, Lobbying
Wyndham and Car Rental Companies Cut Ties With National Rifle Association
SkiftBloomberg, Polly Mosendz
Kudos to Wyndham, Best Western, Hertz and Enterprise for taking action to end ties with the National Rifle Association. We expect to be able to add more names to the list in coming days. A call to boycott the National Rifle Association...
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F1's 2018 Cars Come With a New Engineering Puzzle: The Halo
WiredJack Stewart
We're just a month from the start of the 2018 Formula 1 season, and that means it's debutante season, where teams take the wraps off the extreme machines they’ve spent the offseason building. So far, the theme seems to be retro-chic. McLaren...
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Meet Walter Winans, the Ultimate Two-Event Olympic Medalist
The New York TimesVictor Mather
With her victory in the snowboarding giant slalom on Saturday Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic joined the short list of athletes who have won medals in two different disciplines in the same Olympic Games. She also won the gold medal in...
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