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ANALYSIS: Foreign brands attack declining Japanese market

16 July 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Foreign brands attack declining Japanese market Glenn Brooks Vehicle sales ended the first half of CY2015 down 11%, due mostly to a tax rise for Kei-models. Yet not every OEM is suffering. ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Air bag recall still confusing

5 June 2015 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Air bag recall still confusing Graeme Roberts Big News this week was the incredible confirmation - from NHTSA - of a 5.1m recall of Honda/Acura cars with airbags with Takata infla... read more


May 2013 management briefing: ASEAN growth prospects (2)

29 May 2013 | Mark Bursa

May 2013 management briefing: ASEAN growth prospects (2) Mark Bursa In the last decade of last century, before the term “BRICs” had even been coined, there was another acronym that loomed... read more


November 2011 management briefing: ASEAN – part 3

30 November 2011 | Staff reporter

November 2011 management briefing: ASEAN – part 3 Staff reporter Summary: A look at OEM developments in Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam Malaysia Flat market in 2011 Malaysia’... read more


November 2011 management briefing: ASEAN – part 2

24 November 2011 | Staff reporter

November 2011 management briefing: ASEAN – part 2 Staff reporter In this month's management briefing Tony Pugliese takes a close look at the growing automotive markets and industry in the ASEAN are... read more


FEATURE: Electric vehicle range extenders – rival approaches

18 July 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

FEATURE: Electric vehicle range extenders – rival approaches just-auto.com editorial team As automotive manufacturers announce new projects, Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman IDTechEx, takes a look at the l... read more


ANALYSIS: What does Saab get from Youngman?

13 June 2011 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: What does Saab get from Youngman? Glenn Brooks While it is way too early to know how the proposed manufacturing and distribution venture between Spyker, Saab, Pang Da and Youngman will pan ... read more


May 2011 management briefing: BRIC markets review - China

20 May 2011 | Dave Leggett

May 2011 management briefing: BRIC markets review - China Dave Leggett The nations of Brazil, Russia, India and China form a neat acronym - the BRICs. These countries possess rapidly developing eco... read more


March management briefing: China's emerging auto industry (Part 3)

24 March 2011 | Mark Bursa

March management briefing: China's emerging auto industry (Part 3) Mark Bursa In this month's three-part management briefing, Mark Bursa takes a close look at the development and changing structure... read more


March management briefing: China's emerging auto industry (Part 2)

14 March 2011 | Mark Bursa

March management briefing: China's emerging auto industry (Part 2) Mark Bursa In this month's three-part management briefing, Mark Bursa takes a close look at the development and changing structure ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Paris shows automakers not beaten down

1 October 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Paris shows automakers not beaten down Graeme Roberts Let's see now, anything interesting happen in the last week? Hmmm.. Oh, yes, Paris. What a show! Sales in some markets may sti... read more


ANALYSIS: Has Giugiaro got the timing right?

26 May 2010 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Has Giugiaro got the timing right? Mark Bursa Selling ItalDesign to Volkswagen will mean a very different future for Giorgetto Giugiaro’s company. But maybe the time is right for a c... read more


MARKET REVIEW: Bangladesh car market expected to rebound

18 May 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

MARKET REVIEW: Bangladesh car market expected to rebound just-auto.com editorial team After a decade of dramatic growth in vehicle ownership, vehicle sales are down this year in Bangladesh. But the ... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: SAIC gains MG brand but needs to act with caution

22 January 2008 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: SAIC gains MG brand but needs to act with caution Mark Bursa It’s taken two years for common sense to prevail over MG. Finally, the brand is owned by SAIC, which unlike Na... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Proton looks closer to home for a partner

5 December 2007 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Proton looks closer to home for a partner Mark Bursa Another year passes, and still there’s no partner for Proton. The ailing Malaysian national car company has held abort... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: ASEAN vehicle markets face weak outlook

16 February 2007 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: ASEAN vehicle markets face weak outlook Mark Bursa New vehicle sales in the ASEAN’s top five markets combined fell by 14.5% in 2006 to 1.73m vehicles, compared with 2.02m ... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Thai market is booming – but are cars, not pick-ups, the future?

19 December 2006 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Thai market is booming – but are cars, not pick-ups, the future? Mark Bursa The Thai automotive sector has bounced back from the Asian economic crisis of 1997. But politic... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Can Proton survive without a partner?

25 October 2006 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Can Proton survive without a partner? Mark Bursa Twenty years on from its formation as Malaysia’s ‘National Car’ manufacturer, Proton is facing a crisis of direction. And ... read more


Ludvigsen’s column: Proton problems and solutions

5 April 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

Ludvigsen’s column: Proton problems and solutions just-auto.com editorial team When Bill Ford took over the family firm he had to dispose of some acquisitions made under the previous regime, writes ... read more


ASEAN first-half sales soar above 1m units

22 August 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

ASEAN first-half sales soar above 1m units just-auto.com editorial team Vehicle sales in South-East Asia reached a new high in the first half of 2005, with volumes in the five largest markets combin... read more


The global aftermarket industry: a state of flux

24 March 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

The global aftermarket industry: a state of flux just-auto.com editorial team The automotive aftermarket is in a state of flux. Improved technology can mean increased service intervals and longer l... read more


Plastic tanks fuel growth

21 December 2004 | Matthew Beecham

Plastic tanks fuel growth Matthew Beecham A great deal of innovative design and materials work is going into vehicle fuel tank systems.  It is area that is coming under increasing pressure fro... read more


Hindustan Motors: automotive business process outsourcing

8 March 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

Hindustan Motors: automotive business process outsourcing just-auto.com editorial team The ubiquitous Morris Oxford-based Hindustan Ambassador is still in widespread service as a taxi in India - a ... read more


Proton: looking for a way out?

28 November 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

Proton: looking for a way out? just-auto.com editorial team For Malaysia's premier national carmaker, life is certainly not getting any easier. Eighteen years after the launch of its first model, th... read more


Franchised dealer development: flying blind in the fog of block exemption

4 August 2003 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Franchised dealer development: flying blind in the fog of block exemption Institute of the Motor Industry No one knows with any certainty how the motor distribution system will look after the effec... read more


Retailing: the move to ‘market areas’ in Britain

22 November 2002 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Retailing: the move to ‘market areas’ in Britain Institute of the Motor Industry In seeking to install the most appropriate means of marketplace representation - in terms of both geographical cover... read more


A strategic update of Proton

31 May 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

A strategic update of Proton just-auto.com editorial team Things seem to be going well for Malaysia's first national carmaker, Proton. Record earnings and the ability to make its own models without... read more


The top 20 car maker you've never heard of

14 June 2001 | just-auto.com editorial team

The top 20 car maker you've never heard of just-auto.com editorial team In an exclusive article for just-auto, autopolis's Graeme Maxton reveals the identity of an almost unknown large, fast growing ... read more


Eastern Europe's automotive industry: an update

1 May 2001 | Standard & Poor's

Eastern Europe's automotive industry: an update Standard & Poor's The economies of Central and Eastern Europe had a generally good year in 2000. Growth was reported across the board. In Central Europ... read more


Two-tier delivery?

6 November 2000 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Two-tier delivery? Institute of the Motor Industry The pivotal role of logistics in the motor industry's current development has been reinforced during the past year in line with the knowledge that t... read more


Changing the Dominant Design

12 September 2000 | Automotive Design and Production

Changing the Dominant Design Automotive Design and Production Will the Internal Combustion Engine Give Way to the Alternatives? There are certain points when what is a given no longer holds... read more


UK Car Market Shows Volume Resilience

21 August 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK Car Market Shows Volume Resilience just-auto.com editorial team The UK car market has continued to show an ostensibly strong volume performance in 2000, although there are growing doubts abou... read more


Developments in Asia: An Overview

21 August 2000 | Standard & Poor's

Developments in Asia: An Overview Standard & Poor's The Asian automobile industry has been through turmoil in recent years. Economic crisis caused vehicle demand to crash in many markets. Now the... read more


Australia - The Lucky Automotive Industry?

27 June 2000 | AutoAnalysis Ltd

Australia - The Lucky Automotive Industry? AutoAnalysis Ltd Despite its distance from the major automotive markets and decision-making centres, Australia still has a significant - and unique ... read more


Holding Their Own - How Franchised Dealerships are Confronting the Internet

12 May 2000 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Holding Their Own - How Franchised Dealerships are Confronting the Internet Institute of the Motor Industry If the hype is to be believed, the growth of web-based car retailers - featured for the fir... read more


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