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Daimler will “significantly” raise production capacity at its plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama from a current level of around 185,000 cars, as it adds new models including its new C-Class sedan and a new sports utility vehicle. Daimler’s push to expand vehicle production comes after car sales in the United States recovered to levels seen before the 2007 financial crisis and after rival BMW said it would raise U.S. production by 50 percent to 450,000 cars by 2016.

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