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It's all starting to sound eerily reminiscent of two and a half years ago up in the stretches of northern Europe....
This year's St Petersburg International Economic Forum provided a boost for Russia's beleaguered image, but The Kremlin didn't have it all i...
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European Automotive Supplier body, CLEPA, continues to power its members' interests in Brussels as well as act as the Continent's arm in negotiations with its Japanese equivalent in JAPIA and American counterparts, OESA. Simon Warburton talked to CLEPA CEO, Jean-Marc Gales at last week's Paris motor show.
Newly-appointed managing director of Scandinavian supplier body, FKG, Fredrik Sidahl, was 25 years with Volvo before working for Saab. In the first of two interviews, he talked to Simon Warburton in his Gothenburg office about the collapse of the iconic Swedish brand and gave some frank views on the government's attempts to save it.
Ford has boosted second quarter pre-tax operating profit US$44m to $2.6bn and net income $78m to $1.3bn as wholesale volume and company revenue slipped 1%. And it's finally back in pre-tax profit in Europe for the first quarter in three years.
General Motors’ European operations are moving slowly in right direction towards a target of hitting profit by mid-decade reporting a second quarter EBIT-adjusted loss of US$300m, which included US$200m for restructuring costs.
Hyundai Motor has reported a 6.9% decline to net income in the second quarter, its bottom line dragged down by the stronger won.
Daimler booked a EUR2.2bn net profit in the second quarter of 2012 after boosting unit sales 4% to 628,900 and revenue 6% to EUR31.5bn. EBIT rose 12% to EUR2.5bn.
Federal-Mogul has posted a second-quarter net loss of US$5m, compared to a US$56m profit in Q2, 2013, although it incurred US$30m in restructuring charges and US$2m in impairment costs during the period.
Autoliv's net sales for the second quarter ended 30 June 2014 were up 8.4% to US$2.38bn compared with $2.19bn in the same period year ago.
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