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ACEA revises up 2016 growth forecast to 5%

2 June 2016 | Simon Warburton

ACEA revises up 2016 growth forecast to 5% Simon Warburton Europe's Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA), has revised its forecast for 2016 car registrations up from its ini... read more


VENEZUELA: Vehicle output in 2014 slumps to record low

19 January 2015 | Graeme Roberts

VENEZUELA: Vehicle output in 2014 slumps to record low Graeme Roberts Vehicle production in recession-hit Venezuela fell 72.5% last year to just 19,759 units, national automakers organisation Cavenez... read more


INTERVIEW: Agromash Holdings on PSA partnership in Kazakhstan

26 March 2013 | Simon Warburton

INTERVIEW: Agromash Holdings on PSA partnership in Kazakhstan Simon Warburton PSA Peugeot Citroen recently inked a partnership with Agromash Holding, for the assembly and distribution ... read more


UK: Ford thought to announce Southampton Transit plant closure today

25 October 2012 | Simon Warburton

UK: Ford thought to announce Southampton Transit plant closure today Simon Warburton On a day (25 October) the UK government announced some positive growth in the recession-hit economy , Ford is wid... read more


JAPAN: Hitachi to make shock absorbers in Czech Republic

31 May 2012 | Staff reporter

JAPAN: Hitachi to make shock absorbers in Czech Republic Staff reporter Japan’s Hitachi Automotive Systems announced plans to refurbish its redundant LCD screen plant in Zatec, some 75 km from ... read more


US: Global Industry Analysts expect global CV sales to reach 22 million units by 2017

12 April 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Global Industry Analysts expect global CV sales to reach 22 million units by 2017 just-auto plus Extended News Demand for commercial vehicles closely correlates with an economy's Index of Industr... read more


ANALYSIS: Fiat-Chrysler merger brings birth of a new auto giant

3 August 2011 | Guest author

ANALYSIS: Fiat-Chrysler merger brings birth of a new auto giant Guest author Fiat's Sergio Marchionne has long argued that scale is all in the volume car business. Fiat has now taken control of Chry... read more


CHINA: Navistar further as its cooperation with JAC through new appointment

15 June 2011 | just-auto plus Extended News

CHINA: Navistar further as its cooperation with JAC through new appointment just-auto plus Extended News Navistar has appointed Rudi von Meister to lead the company's Chinese service division in a bi... read more


SPAIN: Unions claim national strike idles auto factories

29 September 2010 | Ivan Castano

SPAIN: Unions claim national strike idles auto factories Ivan Castano A national strike has idled most car factories in Spain, Europe's third-largest auto manufacturer, as workers protest against ... read more


INTERVIEW: Charles Matthews, Axeon's Chairman

15 September 2010 | Dave Leggett

INTERVIEW: Charles Matthews, Axeon's Chairman Dave Leggett Dundee (Scotland)-based Axeon claims it is Europe’s largest independent lithium-ion battery systems supplier and the UK’s only ... read more


LUDVIGSEN'S COLUMN: Fiat’s fraught future

5 May 2010 | Karl Ludvigsen

LUDVIGSEN'S COLUMN: Fiat’s fraught future Karl Ludvigsen Fiat was forthcoming with the details of its next five-year plan, due to culminate in 2014. Looking behind the glossy presentation, we see so... read more


COLOMBIA: Market falls 9% in first quarter

15 April 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

COLOMBIA: Market falls 9% in first quarter just-auto.com editorial team A total of 5,457 vehicles fewer have been sold in Colombia year to date due to a strange start to 2008. There are both polit... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Decision time as Zastava bids to become another Dacia

3 April 2008 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Decision time as Zastava bids to become another Dacia Mark Bursa The emergence of a bidding war for the Serbian automaker formerly known as Yugo took a lot of people by su... read more


BRAZIL: Explosive sales rise confirmed

10 January 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

BRAZIL: Explosive sales rise confirmed just-auto.com editorial team Thirty more hours of production in 2007 and Brazilian automakers would have hit the 3m units mark for the first time. The domest... read more


UK: Stadco wins CV coating deal

3 January 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK: Stadco wins CV coating deal just-auto.com editorial team Body-in-white specialist Stadco has won a new contract from Shropshire-based Ingimex, specialist designers and volume manufacturers of lig... read more


UK: European LCV sales climb 6.1%

29 October 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK: European LCV sales climb 6.1% just-auto.com editorial team The European light commercial vehicle (LCV) market has increased 6.1% so far this year with Renault the top-selling brand – up 1.6% – an... read more


CHINA: Fiat spending $2bn to boost China sales

3 July 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

CHINA: Fiat spending $2bn to boost China sales just-auto.com editorial team Italian industrial giant Fiat Group plans to spend more than 16bn yuan ($US2.1bn; EUR1.55bn)in China in the years to 2010 t... read more


ITALY: Iveco and Santana to jointly develop SUV

26 May 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

ITALY: Iveco and Santana to jointly develop SUV just-auto.com editorial team Truck manufacturer Iveco has signed a letter of intent with Santana to jointly develop a new SUV. A formal agreement is ex... read more


BRAZIL: Tupy/Sintercast win second Ford CGI casting contract

22 May 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

BRAZIL: Tupy/Sintercast win second Ford CGI casting contract just-auto.com editorial team Following a successful experience with the critically acclaimed 2.7 litre V6 CGI diesel engine, Ford has conf... read more


BULGARIA: Trucks post largest sales rise in January

20 February 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

BULGARIA: Trucks post largest sales rise in January just-auto.com editorial team Trucks are emerging as the fastest-rising segment of Bulgaria's new vehicle market in 2006, Reuters reported, citing ... read more


ITALY: Fiat plans another alliance this year

30 January 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

ITALY: Fiat plans another alliance this year just-auto.com editorial team Fiat Auto hopes to strike another alliance in 2006, chief executive Sergio Marchionne reportedly told a news conference on M... read more


ITALY: New boss for Fiat brand

4 November 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

ITALY: New boss for Fiat brand just-auto.com editorial team Olivier Francois is to assume responsibility for the Fiat marque in the Italian market, replacing Enzo Gioachin who takes on other respons... read more


Toyota and PSA: the odd couple

28 October 2005 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Toyota and PSA: the odd couple Institute of the Motor Industry The Citroen C1, Peugeot 107 and Toyota Aygo are products of one of the most ambitious joint ventures yet undertaken. And one of the mos... read more


Foreigners not wanted

22 February 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

Foreigners not wanted just-auto.com editorial team When I decided to join Ford of Europe I had an attractive counter-offer from Fiat, my then-employer. I would move from America to Turin at a high ... read more


Spain’s car industry sees a bright future

20 December 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Spain’s car industry sees a bright future just-auto.com editorial team Spanish automobile dealers have a lot to celebrate these days. This is because people are buying cars like there’s no mañana. ... read more


Brazil: present and future

25 June 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Brazil: present and future just-auto.com editorial team Brazil’s recent history has been a little chequered. Economic problems in Brazil and the region have adversely impacted the market and manufa... read more


EXCLUSIVE: BRAZIL: Iveco starts truck production

13 May 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

EXCLUSIVE: BRAZIL: Iveco starts truck production just-auto.com editorial team Iveco has started heavy truck assembly in Brazil. The vehicles are now in production in the Iveco/Fiat Sete Lagoas plant... read more


VENEZUELA: February new car sales up almost 50%

8 March 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

VENEZUELA: February new car sales up almost 50% just-auto.com editorial team New car sales in Venezuela rose 46.7% in February compared with a year ago when the OPEC nation was still reeling from a ... read more


VENEZUELA: September car sales plunge year on year - report

8 October 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

VENEZUELA: September car sales plunge year on year - report just-auto.com editorial team Car sales in recession-hit Venezuela fell by 36% in September compared with the same period a year ago, the V... read more


ITALY: Ford and PSA executives on head hunter's list to replace Fiat Auto chief - reports

29 July 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

ITALY: Ford and PSA executives on head hunter's list to replace Fiat Auto chief - reports just-auto.com editorial team Top executives from Ford or Peugeot may replace the head of Fiat's loss-making ... read more


Can Fiat really be saved?

12 May 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Can Fiat really be saved? just-auto.com editorial team In recent months, things have started to look up for Fiat, it would seem. New products on the horizon and an arrest in the collapse of its Ita... read more


RUSSIA: Foreign joint venture car plants almost double output in 2002

19 March 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

RUSSIA: Foreign joint venture car plants almost double output in 2002 just-auto.com editorial team RosBusinessConsulting reports that Russian companies produced 11,000 vehicles with help from foreig... read more


SWEDEN: SinterCast sells CGI casting process control technology to Italy's TekSid

29 July 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

SWEDEN: SinterCast sells CGI casting process control technology to Italy's TekSid just-auto.com editorial team Sweden’s SinterCast AB is to supply Teksid S.p.A. of Italy with CGI process control t... read more


Fiat grapples with its future

25 July 2002 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Fiat grapples with its future Institute of the Motor Industry Fiat, a mainstay of the Italian economy, is in the sick bay and losing money by the bucketful. It has even sold a share of its prized p... read more


POLAND: PSA and Mitsubishi interested in car plants - reports

21 May 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

POLAND: PSA and Mitsubishi interested in car plants - reports just-auto.com editorial team The Polish government is reportedly holding talks with vehicle manufacturers involving the takeover of plan... read more


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