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'Twas not a good week to be the owner of a shiny new Porsche GT3....
Ford went to a lot of trouble to prove the wisdom of Rule 1 and only when the Ford dynasty and every one of the Henrys were chased out of th...
After months of shadow boxing, PSA Peugeot-Citroen finally confirmed today (19 February) what the market had widely anticipated, namely a ma...
So they've all broken ranks now. Holden, Ford and now Toyota, have all announced they intend to quit manufacturing in Australia, with the Ja...
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.
Nissan may not be able to achieve its twin targets of 8% global market share and an 8% operating margin under its Nissan Power 88 road map to the end of fiscal 2016, reported the Nikkei Asian Review.
Evonik has posted 2013 net income of EUR2.1bn (US$2.9bn) and group sales of EUR12.9bn in what it describes as "difficult market conditions."
Toyota Motor likely will agree to its labour union's request for bonus payments totaling 6.8 times monthly wages in light of the strong earnings projected for fiscal 2013, a media report said.
Thai auto parts manufacturer PCS Machine Group Holding is forging ahead with its plans for an initial public offering (IPO) to raise funds for expansion and to reduce debt.
Continental has announced 2013 profits up 0.9% to more than EUR1.9bn (US$2.6bn), with sales rising to EUR33.3bn, despite negative exchange rate effects of more than EUR800m.
Speaking to just-auto at the Geneva Motor Show, Ford Europe boss Stephen Odell said that Ford's planned return to profitability in Europe by 2015 has been underpinned by the company's global structure and that losses in the region would have been unsustainable without that.
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