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Recession is Officially Over, But Anxiety Lingers
New Consumer Agency Architect Vows Tough Stance
China's SAIC Expresses Interest in Buying GM Stake
Mahindra & Mahindra U.S. Plans Are in Jeopardy
Ford Dealership Cut Spells Trouble for Lincoln Stores
Jeep Brand Pressing the Accelerator
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Recession is Officially Over, But Anxiety Lingers

On the day that the Great Recession was officially declared to be part of history, President Obama confronted deepening angst from business leaders and ordinary Americans who have little faith that the recovery is for real. (Read more)
Source: The Washington Post

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New Consumer Agency Architect Vows Tough Stance

WASHINGTON -- The woman President Barack Obama has installed to set up a new consumer protection agency says she won't back down in the face of business resistance. (Read more)
Source: The Associated Press 

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China's SAIC Expresses Interest in Buying GM Stake

DETROIT — SAIC Motor Corp., which has built cars with GM in China since the 1990s, hasn't decided whether to participate in GM's initial public offering but has expressed an interest in doing so, people familiar with the matter said. (Read more)
Source: The Wall Street Journal

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Mahindra & Mahindra U.S. Plans Are in Jeopardy

Mahindra and its American importer, Atlanta-based Global Vehicles U.S.A., are embroiled in a legal dispute that could halt plans to bring the first Indian-built vehicle into the American market. (Read more)
Source: The New York Times

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Ford Dealership Cut Spells Trouble for Lincoln Stores

There are 261 Lincoln-Mercury stores in the United States. By the end of the year, when Ford shutters Mercury, they will all be stand-alone Lincoln stores. (Read more)
Source: Automotive News

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Jeep Brand Pressing the Accelerator

Upgraded vehicles, possible new pickup help drive momentum

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- The Jeep brand is enjoying a worldwide sales uptick, and momentum should continue as it supplies five of 16 upgraded Chrysler Group LLC vehicles this year -- not counting a possible Wrangler-based pickup. (Read more)
Source: The Detroit News

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