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Subaru Corp (7270.T)

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BRIEF-Subaru Corp Expects U.S. Sales To Increase 5% In 2018 To 680,000- Nikkei

* SUBARU CORP EXPECTS U.S. SALES TO INCREASE 5% IN 2018 TO 680,000 COMPARED WITH 648,000 IN 2017; PREDICTS BUMP IN SALES FROM ITS NEW SUV ASCENT- NIKKEI Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

U.S. EPA says U.S. Subaru models comply with emissions rules

DETROIT, Dec 21 U.S. environmental regulators said on Thursday they have not found significant discrepancies in emissions tests of Subaru vehicles sold in the United States.

Subaru investigates possible mileage cheating, shares drop

TOKYO Japan's Subaru Corp, already smarting from a vehicle inspection scandal at home, said it was now investigating whether mileage readings may have also been falsified during final checks, driving its shares down as much as 8 percent. | Video

UPDATE 2-Subaru investigates possible mileage cheating, shares drop

* Checking if mileage data falsified during final local checks

Subaru opens investigation into mileage cheating

TOKYO, Dec 20 Subaru Corp on Wednesday said it was investigating whether its inspectors may have falsified data on vehicle mileage readings during final inspections conducted on cars sold in Japan.

CORRECTED-Automaker Subaru sees $177 mln in costs linked to inspection scandal

TOKYO, Nov 16 Subaru Corp said it was recalling 395,000 vehicles in Japan and that it expected to incur about 20 billion yen ($177 million) in costs related to improper final inspection procedures at domestic plants.

UPDATE 1-Subaru plans to expand Japan recall count over inspection issue

* Widens recall to 400,000 vehicles from 255,000 estimated earlier

Subaru plans to expand Japan recall over inspection issue

TOKYO, Nov 9 Automaker Subaru Corp plans to recall about 400,000 vehicles for the Japanese market after discovering that it had been following improper procedures for final inspections at domestic plants, the company said on Thursday.

UPDATE 2-Subaru dials back profit targets as U.S. car sales sputter

* Q2 operating profit 92.8 bln yen, vs 113.8 bln yen consensus

BRIEF-Subaru ceo factored in negative impact of 10 billion yen at operating level this fy related to uncertified inspection issue

* Subaru ceo: factored in negative impact of 10 billion yen at operating level this fy related to uncertified inspection issue Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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