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Thu, Jun. 12, 8:17 AM
- Boeing (BA) has inked a deal with Japan Aircraft Industries and Japan Aircraft Development Corporation, for the latter to supply approximately 21% of the major airplane structure components for the all new 777X.
- Japan Aircraft Industries is a consortium of 5 partners: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHVYF), Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KWHIF), Fuji Heavy Industries (FUJHF), ShinMaywa Industries and the NIPPI Corporation.
- Boeing already has 260 orders for the jets, and the 777X is set for delivery by 2020.
Sun, May. 11, 3:38 AM
- Tesla Motors' (TSLA) deal to supply Toyota (TM) with battery packs and motors for the latter's rechargeable RAV4 electric crossover vehicle will terminate in 2014, the U.S. company has said, as the Japanese firm is "expected to end" the current model this year.
- Toyota, which owns 2.4% in Tesla, had said in May 2012 that it would purchase parts for 2,600 electric RAV4 EVs over three years in a deal that was initially expected to be worth up to $100M.
- However, Toyota has sold a mere 1,594 RAV4 EVs since 2012 through April. In Q1, Tesla earned $15.1M from the agreement.
- Separately, Toyota intends to boost the production of its Camry sedan at its Kentucky plant by 100,000 units after it stops outsourcing some of the production to Fuji Heavy Industries' (FUJHF) facility in Lafayette in Indiana. Fuji could produce a new SUV in Lafayette when the Camry contract ends.
Sep. 30, 2013, 1:14 PM
- Auto sales in the U.S. are expected to post the first year-over-year decline in 28 months, but the industry is far from panicked.
- A calendar quirk had the Labor Day weekend included in sales tallies for August and September will have two fewer selling days than a year ago.
- Kelley Blue Book projects a seasonal adjusted selling rate of 15.2M units for the month.
- What to watch: A far better tell on the direction of U.S. auto sales is the steady stream of reports of vehicle shortages due to hot demand.
- Related stocks: GM, F, TM, FIATY.PK, HMC, NSANY.OB, TSLA, VLKAY.PK, DDAIF.PK, HYMLF.PK, BAMXY.PK, KIMTF.PK, VOLVY.PK, MZDAY.PK, MMTOF.PK, FUJHY.PK, FUJHF.PK
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Sep. 26, 2013, 2:43 PM
- Nine companies based in Japan and two executives agree to plead guilty and to pay a combined $740M in fines for their roles in conspiracies to fix the prices of auto parts sold to U.S. car manufacturers, the Department of Justice says.
- The DoJ says price-fixed automobile parts were sold to GM, Ford (F) and Chrysler (FIATY.PK), as well as to U.S. subsidiaries of Honda (HMC), Mazda (MZDAF.PK, MZDAY.PK), Mitsubishi (MMTOF.PK), Nissan (NSANY.OB), Toyota (TM) and Subaru (FUJHY.PK, FUJHF.PK).
- Among the parts affected by the conspiracies were seat belts, radiators, windshield wipers, air conditioning systems, power window motors and power steering components.
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