Daimler AG (DAIGn.DE)
18 Oct 2017
Mon, Oct 16 2017
BERLIN/WASHINGTON Daimler AG is recalling more than 1 million Mercedes-Benz cars and sport utility vehicles worldwide to address potential unintended air bag deployments, the German automaker said on Monday.
BERLIN/WASHINGTON, Oct 16 Daimler AG is recalling more than 1 million Mercedes-Benz cars and sport utility vehicles worldwide to address potential unintended air bag deployments, the German automaker said on Monday.
BERLIN, Oct 16 Daimler is recalling 400,000 Mercedes-Benz cars in Britain and a few hundred thousand in Germany as part of a global recall caused by a potential airbag safety issue, it said.
* Daimler recalls 400,000 Mercedes-Benz cars in the UK - BBC Source text: [http://bbc.in/2kSyB72] Further company coverage:
FRANKFURT, Oct 16 Daimler plans to invest 35 billion euros ($41.3 billion) in its German plants over the next seven years to fund projects in electromobility and mobility services, it said.
BERLIN Daimler has committed more than 100 million euros ($118 million) to help create separate legal entities for its Mercedes-Benz cars and Daimler Trucks divisions, a move that would facilitate an eventual break up of the German company.
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BERLIN, Oct 16 Daimler said it has taken the first steps towards a new structure that could see its Mercedes Benz cars and vans and its Daimler Trucks divisions split off into separate entities.
BEIJING Mercedes-Benz, the luxury brand of German carmaker Daimler AG, and its Chinese joint ventures will recall 351,218 vehicles due to potential issues with air bags made by Japan's Takata Corp, China's quality watchdog said on Friday.
* Comes after regulator urged automakers to carry out recalls (Adds recall details, Takata background, other automakers' recalls)
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