Takata told to recall faulty US airbags

Japanese group will face $35m in fines if it does not comply

Deere warns of weaker demand for tractors

Farm equipment maker hit by fall in crop prices

Deere shares slide as profits disappoint

Falling crop prices hit demand for farm machinery

Wolseley

Wolseley sees US and European divergence

Group’s American businesses build on foundations of growth

Honda fails to report 1,700 accidents

Lapse in reporting system for potential safety defects

United Technologies chief in surprise exit

Chenevert gives no reasons for sudden departure

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Onex to pay up to €3.75bn for SIG

Buyout group to buy second-largest maker of drink cartons

Driverless car

Huawei bets on 5G for driverless cars

5G technology will allow autonomous control from behind the driver’s seat

Maersk chief warns over lossmaking rivals

Parlous state of container shipping concerns Søren Skou

Regulatory concerns hold back 3D printing

Proving printed products are safe is delaying adoption

VW lifts five-year investment to €85.6bn

More than half of spending on plants will be in Germany

Chinese SUV sparks JLR claims of copycat

Landwind’s X7 bears resemblance to Jaguar Land Rover’s Evoque

Carmakers blame Takata in airbag crisis

Chrysler and Honda tell Senate hearing supplier caused recall delays

ThyssenKrupp turnround secures net profit

Steel group promises dividend for investors after two-year hiatus

S Korea struggles to meet climate pledges

Environmentalists sceptical of president’s commitment after changes to ‘green growth’ agenda

Melrose to pay out £200m from Bridon sale

Turnround specialist adds to January’s £600m shareholder windfall

Tractor manufacturers feel the pinch

Farmers cut back on equipment spending amid falling incomes

Takata: mission control

Scope of the faulty airbag issue far from contained

Daimler targets China for Maybach revival

Mothballed luxury car brand to be relaunched in world’s largest automotive market

Takata airbag recall widened to whole US

Demand by safety agency deepens problems for Japanese manufacturer

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