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Chery Debuts Arrizo 5 in UAE, Saudi Arabia

Chinese automaker Chery launched its Arrizo 5 in the UAE and Saudi Arabia. The UAE and Saudi Arabia were the new legs of the global launch tour of Arrizo 5, after it was launched in Chile, China, Iran and Peru.

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GAC Motor Releases SUV in Bahrain

GAC Motor released its GS4 in Bahrain during an event at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre in early December. The company exhibited eight GS4, eight GA6, two GS8 and one GA8 models.

The Swedish Police will take delivery of several Volvo V90 vehicles beginning in early 2017. Photo: Volvo

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Swedish Police to Equip Volvo V90 for Duty

The Swedish police will take delivery of its first V90 police cars in early 2017.

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Uber Launches Fleet App in India

Uber has launched UberFLEET, an Android app for its fleet partners in 29 cities across India, according to a report by the India Times.

The Dutch Police have ordered 300 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans. Photo: Mercedes-Benz

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Dutch Police Order 300 Sprinter Vans

The Dutch police have signed an agreement for 300 new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 316 CDI. The first vehicles were delivered in November 2016.

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CEVA Appoints Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand

CEVA Logistics has announced the appointment of Carlos Velez Rodriguez as managing director for its Australia & New Zealand cluster.

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Nissan Australia Debuts Final Iteration of Patrol Y61 Wagon

Nissan Australia has presented its final iteration of its Patrol Y61 Wagon: The Legend Edition.

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Domino's Rethinks Reindeer Delivery Fleet in Japan

Domino's has scrapped its plan for a reindeer delivery fleet in Japan.

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FedEx CEO Warns Trump Attack on Trade Could Be 'Catastrophic'

FedEx Chairman and CEO Fred Smith warned that President-elect Trump's campaign promises to pull back on international trade agreements could be “catastrophic.”

Subaru Impreza chief engineer Kazuhiro Abe celebrates the Impreza’s honor as Japan's COTY with designers, engineers, and PR communications staff. Photo: Japan COTY

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Subaru Impreza Named Japan's 2017 Car of the Year

During an award ceremony held inside the Tokyo International Exchange Center on Tokyo Bay, the Subaru Impreza was named the 2017 Car of the Year Japan (COTY).

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