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GM overtakes Toyota in US sales amid supply shortages

General Motors sells 582,401 vehicles in second quarter as auto industry struggles to keep up with pent-up consumer demand

Hyundai and Kia raided by prosecutors in German diesel probe

South Korean firms are being investigated over claims their cars used devices to hide harmful emissions

Former Toys ‘R’ Us executives face bankruptcy trial

Retailer allegedly misled suppliers about the company’s dire financial condition

ArcelorMittal share price falls 6% in pay strike

Workers picket at Vereeniging plant after breakdown of wage negotiations last week

Toyota’s production at Chinese plant gets into gear after Covid interruption

Operations have been shut for more than a month due to pandemic restrictions

Benettons and Blackstone tipped to announce offer for Atlantia

A takeover of the Italian infrastructure giant valued at €65bn may become the year’s biggest deal

Grindrod Freight sees earnings spike on mining exports

The cargo and freight business benefited from a record global demand for commodities and a rapid ramp-up at its Maputo Port operations

Acidity builds in probe of SA lemon juice dumping in US

Ventura Coastal requests a 128.61% anti-dumping duty against exports from SA

Volvo seeks to raise $2.9bn in Stockholm listing

Proceeds to help fund shift to manufacturing fully electric vehicles

VW urged to hurry up with its shift to electric vehicles

Works council bosses say first models due in 2026 will be too late to ensure sufficient use of giant Wolfsburg plant

Record 241,300 Tesla deliveries beat quarterly forecasts

Sales of the Model 3 and Y accounted for most of the cars shipped

GM cruises into legal dispute with Ford

Carmakers at odds over brand name of control mechanism

WATCH: Why construction sector’s recovery has slowed

Independent economist Roelof Botha talks to Business Day TV about SA’s construction sector

Car prices rise as commodities rocket on high demand

Copper, steel and aluminium are at or near record highs amid lagging supply

WATCH: Is the worst over for the automotive sector?

Motus CEO Osman Arbee talks to Business Day TV about the group’s growth plans as the sector recovers from the effect of Covid-19

China continues crackdown on Jack Ma’s empire

Ant Group has been ordered to restructure just days after Alibaba was slapped with an antitrust fine

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