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As Car Stocks Rise, GM Adds Incentives

December 9, 2012 |

General Motors began doubling cash incentives and sweetening lease terms on some vehicles to reduce a growing inventory of unsold cars and pickup trucks. US Business

Banks Give Positive Signal on Athens Debt Plan

December 9, 2012 |

Greece ended the offer period for its multibillion-euro debt-buyback program amid signals that the nation’s banks were prepared to join in the buyback and so ensure the program’s success. What’s News Europe

Antiunion Push Gains Ground

December 9, 2012 |

The Michigan legislature’s rapid initial passage of right-to-work legislation could set the stage for battles in other states over union power in the workplace. US Business

US Airways Presses Pursuit of AMR Deal

December 9, 2012 |

US Airways stepped up its campaign to combine with American Airlines parent AMR by sending a merger proposal last month, as American’s pilots approved Friday a contract that moves it closer to exiting bankruptcy. US Business

China’s Wanxiang Wins Auction for A123

December 8, 2012 |

Chinese-owned auto-parts company Wanxiang America won the bidding for U.S. government-backed battery maker A123 Systems, according to a person familiar with the matter. US Business

A Chokehold Choice in Italy’s South

December 8, 2012 |

Pollution from a plant producing about a third of Italy’s steel supply has been blamed in hundreds of deaths but the plant has been allowed to stay open at a time when the impoverished region can ill afford job losses. What’s News Europe

Investindustrial to Buy Aston Martin Stake

December 8, 2012 |

Private equity group Investindustrial has agreed to buy a stake in Aston Martin from its indebted Kuwaiti parent, in a deal that will bring desperately needed cash to develop new cars for the British luxury brand. US Business

Greece’s Samaras Courts Bavarians

December 8, 2012 |

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras plans to undertake a delicate diplomatic mission on Sunday—to Bavaria—hoping to convince its powerful conservative political establishment that saving Greece is worth the money. What’s News Europe

Canada Approves Big Energy Deals

December 8, 2012 |

Canada approved more than $ 20 billion in investments by foreign, government-controlled companies in its energy patch but slammed the door on most other prospective deals in its oil-sands developments by state-owned enterprises. US Business

EU Ministers to Meet Syria Opposition

December 8, 2012 |

The head of Syria’s main opposition group will meet with European Union foreign ministers on Monday as it seeks formal recognition from Brussels, people familiar with the planning said. What’s News Europe