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If there was only one word being shouted from the rooftops in Moscow last week at the Russian Automotive Forum (RAF), it was simply, localis...
It's easy enough to understand a note of triumph creeping into Honeywell's "final word" reaction this week to the news of Brussels' scientif...
No sooner did the final bars of the score to this year's triumphant Winter Olympics in the Russian city of Sochi fade into memory - accompan...
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...
Pierre-Edouard Sorel joined Michelin in 2005. He started as a sales representative in France in trade marketing. At the end of 2007, he headed the market intelligence department of Michelin's Earthmover tyres product line and has been marketing manager for winter tyres in Europe since 2011. Sorel talked to Simon Warburton about legislation, labelling and the dealer benefits of winter tyre usage.
Marcus Osegowitsch is general director, Volkswagen Group Rus and Simon Warburton caught up with him on the sidelines of this year's Russian Automotive Forum organised by Adam Smith Conferences in Moscow.
Johnson Controls has unveiled second quarter net income up 59% of US$261m, on US$10.5bn of revenue.
There's no mention of the ongoing ignition switch and steering wheel recalls but General Motors announcement today of a restructuring of global vehicle engineering - including "retirement" of the current head - is surely a consequence.
Mahle says total 2013 sales increased 12.7% in comparison with the previous year to EUR6.9bn.
Honeywell has reported first quarter earnings of US$9.4bn, up 4%, as well as organic sales rising 3%, excluding defence and space.
DuPont has revealed first quarter consolidated sales down 3% to US$10.1bn, principally due to differences in timing and planted area for agriculture sales, negative currency impact and adverse weather conditions in North America.
PPG Industries has posted what it says are record first quarter 2014 net sales from continuing operations of US$3.6bn, up 17% or US$528m.
Huge sheets of ice are progressing in a stately manner down the Detroit River outside the Cobo and with forecast of snow this afternoon, it will feel more like Michigan in January than yesterday's almost balmy temperatures.
My first Society of Automotive Analysts (SAA) Outlook Conference yesterday (12 January) afternoon in the renovated Cobo Center in downtown Detroit and a pretty impressive 150 delegates made the sessions lively and entertaining.
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