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Tue, May 8 2018

UPDATE 1-Continental says is on track to reach 2018 targets after Q1

* Demand for intelligent auto tech to continue - CFO (Adds CFO comments)

BRIEF-Continental CEO Says No Decisions Made Yet On Reorganisation

April 27 Continental AG CEO at annual general meeting:

Continental AG lowers outlook due to exchange rate effects

FRANKFURT, April 18 German auto supplier Continental AG on Wednesday lowered its full year outlook after exchange rate and inventory valuation effects resulted in a 150 million euros ($185.22 million) negative hit to earnings in the first half of 2018. "This negative impact affects primarily the tire business," Continental said, adding that its full-year forecast of achieving an adjusted earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) margin of 10.5 percent will be lowered to achieving an a

Germany's Continental not pleased with U.S. tariff plans

BERLIN German automotive supplier Continental voiced concerns about the possibility of an escalating trade war with the United States should the U.S. impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, its finance chief said.

Germany's Continental not pleased with U.S. tariff plans

BERLIN, March 8 German automotive supplier Continental voiced concerns about the possibility of an escalating trade war with the United States should the U.S. impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, its finance chief said.

Continental still gauging options for structural revamp

BERLIN, March 8 Germany's Continental said it is still working on a new corporate structure as the automotive supplier proposed a higher dividend, buoyed by higher fourth-quarter profits and sales.

Continental bets on 'mild hybrid' batteries in JV with China's CITC

FRANKFURT Germany's Continental AG has agreed to form a joint venture with China's CITC Ltd to produce so-called "mild" hybrid batteries that add some electric power to existing petrol models without a costly redesign.

Continental bets on 'mild hybrid' batteries in JV with China's CITC

FRANKFURT, March 7 Germany's Continental AG has agreed to form a joint venture with China's CITC Ltd to produce so-called "mild" hybrid batteries that add some electric power to existing petrol models without a costly redesign.

BRIEF-Continental And CITC Establish JV For Production Of 48-Volt Battery Systems

* CONTINENTAL AND CITC ESTABLISH JOINT VENTURE FOR PRODUCTION OF 48-VOLT BATTERY SYSTEMS

Chipmaker Nvidia, auto supplier Continental in self-driving tie-up

SAN FRANCISCO Nvidia Corp and German auto supplier Continental AG said on Monday they had teamed up to develop a self-driving system based on the U.S. chipmaker's artificial intelligence platform, underscoring the need for collaboration in the fast-moving industry.

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