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Mon, Nov 28 2016

Daimler to build Actros heavy truck in China -Handelsblatt

BERLIN, Nov 28 Germany's Daimler plans to start building the Actros heavy truck in China by the end of the decade, Handelsblatt reported, citing the head of the truck division.

Daimler to invest $11 billion in electronic vehicles: paper

FRANKFURT Luxury carmaker Daimler is planning to invest up to 10 billion euros ($11 billion) in developing electric vehicles, its research and development head told a German daily.

UPDATE 1-Daimler to invest 10 billion euros in electronic vehicles - paper

FRANKFURT, Nov 25 Luxury carmaker Daimler is planning to invest up to 10 billion euros ($11 billion) in developing electric vehicles, its research and development head told a German daily.

Daimler says sticking with diesel vehicles in U.S.

FRANKFURT, Nov 25 Luxury carmaker Daimler will continue to sell diesel-powered vehicles in the United States, in contrast to German rival Volkswagen , it said on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Hungarian Mercedes workers hold brief wage strike

BUDAPEST, Nov 24 Workers at Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz plant in Kecskemet, Hungary, held a two-hour strike demanding higher wages on Wednesday and threatening a further walk-out if a deal is not agreed.

Daimler expresses regret over Chinese parking row involving senior manager

BEIJING Daimler AG apologized on Monday for an incident in China that local media said involved a senior executive of the German luxury car maker making disparaging comments to people in a parking row.

No U.S. car market disruption in short term under Trump: Daimler CEO

BERLIN Daimler Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche said he did not expect any disruption to the U.S. auto market in the short term when Donald Trump takes office but he warned that limiting trade with Mexico would hurt both countries.

UPDATE 1-No U.S. car market disruption in short term under Trump - Daimler CEO

* Daimler to open Mexican plant with Renault-Nissan in 2017 (Adds more CEO comments, detail on Mexico and background)

Daimler CEO sees no U.S. market disruptions once Trump takes office

BERLIN, Nov 17 Daimler Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche said he did not expect major policy changes in the United States once Donald Trump takes office as U.S. president in January.

BRIEF-Daimler's Mercedes-Benz October sales up 11 pct

* Says Mercedes-Benz oct sales in europe up 9.6 percent, in China up 27.6, in United States down 1 percent

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