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On the eve of the Delhi Auto Expo at the beginning of this month, Sumit Sawhney took over as president and CEO of Renault's operations in India, becoming the first local to head the company in his home country. just-auto caught up with him.
Nissan is preparing plans to begin the assembly of vehicles in Myanmar. It's been a politically troubled place with a small car market and plenty of used vehicles. However, recent political progress has ignited automotive market interest. Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn believes it has good growth potential and could grow to 300,000 new cars a year.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles's CEO expects its new plant in Brazil will boost profitability there by 2017 after 2013 profits were hit by a cut to subsidies and currency effects.
Renault aims to sell an initial 150,000 vehicles per year in China after it completes a first phase of an investment programme in the country in 2016.
Daimler's Mercedes-Benz Cars unit sold 104,968 vehicles in February, up 16.5% year on year.
Toyota, Suzuki and French auto parts manufacturer La Farge separately have bid to set up operations in Myanmar’s Thilawa special economic zone, according to the Myanmar Investment Commission (MIC).
TI Automotive, the global supplier of automotive fluid systems, has officially opened its newest fuel tank systems factory in Guangzhou, China.
Geely is reportedly planning to rationalise its domestic sales brands and axe a number them.
We're having more conversations with industry folk who are wondering where the Ukraine's crisis could lead.
Jim O'Neill, the guy at Goldman Sachs who coined the term BRIC, has been at it again. He's coined a new acronym for a group of four countries that he sees as being in the next emergent wave of global economic giants.
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