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Mike O'Driscoll, Group CEO of Williams, leads a brand that is well known for its motorsports activity and Formula One participation. However, the firm is now eyeing more consultancy business and looking further afield for opportunities. Ian Adcock caught up with him to hear more.
Calum MacRae talked to JATCO's Yuko Fujita. JATCO holds 49% of the world CVT market. JATCO, 75% held by Nissan Motor Company, was exhibiting at the Paris Motor Show for the first time.
Though Brazil sales are estimated to fall 13% to 19% in 2015, depending on the forecaster's optimism or pessimism, not all brands will be hit. The market seems more prone to shrinkage in the lower price ranges where the dominant 'older' four - automakers established here for decades - are suffering most.
A study of OEM-Supplier relations on North America shows strong gains for Toyota and Honda, with Ford, Nissan, FCA and GM falling well behind.
Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Renault, Nissan and leader of the Renault-Nissan Alliance has said he sees no reason for the two OEMs' Alliance structure to change.
Nissan is forecasting that it will achieve a 14% increase in operating profit this financial year, on the basis of sales growth and further cost synergies from its alliance with Renault.
Nissan aims to produce over 1m vehicles in Japan in fiscal year 2016-17, as it looks to take advantage of the weakness of the yen and help out the Japanese economy.
The fantastically named Cedric, once hugely popular in Japan as a taxi, has been laid to rest.
It really does get tiresome when some (deep breath, choose words carefully) 'uninformed' person tells me the UK doesn't have a car industry any more. We do, albeit mostly foreign owned.
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