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THE WEEK THAT WAS: Chop Alfa or Sergio?

19 June 2015 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Chop Alfa or Sergio? Graeme Roberts Time for Alfa or Sergio to go? That was the title of a Comment piece by our US sales analyst Bill Cawthon which attracted plenty of looks on ... read more


ANALYSIS: Key new vehicles coming up

13 February 2015 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Key new vehicles coming up Glenn Brooks The Chicago auto show is now underway to be followed by Geneva in a few weeks' time, with New York and then Shanghai in April. Which are the key ve... read more


COMMENT: Farewell Ambassador, long in the post

9 June 2014 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Farewell Ambassador, long in the post Graeme Roberts It looks like the final Hundustan Ambassador - Amby to the locals - has rolled off the line in a plant that looks about as jurassic as t... read more


PLDB LISTING UPDATE: Bajaj RE60, Dongfeng's Hummer lookalike, FoE's first plug-in model

11 July 2013 | Glenn Brooks

PLDB LISTING UPDATE: Bajaj RE60, Dongfeng's Hummer lookalike, FoE's first plug-in model Glenn Brooks Over 500 vehicles have been updated in our live database of current and future new passenger car p... 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


September 2012 management briefing: Paris Motor Show preview

25 September 2012 | Glenn Brooks

September 2012 management briefing: Paris Motor Show preview Glenn Brooks Glenn Brooks, at the Paris show, has compiled a listing of new vehicle world premieres , which he has been updating regula... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: More turmoil in Europe

13 July 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: More turmoil in Europe Graeme Roberts The week was looking routine until Thursday. Then it all kicked off. The day started with the shock announcment PSA was killing off up to... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Mergers, acquisitions, alliances, apps...

24 February 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Mergers, acquisitions, alliances, apps... Graeme Roberts Another week has flashed by - almost the end of leap year February with Geneva about to pounce, it really is true time goes... 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


ANALYSIS: Thai flood effects not long-lasting

19 October 2011 | Graeme Roberts

ANALYSIS: Thai flood effects not long-lasting Graeme Roberts Flooding in Thailand after the worst monsoon season in decades is not expected to have more than a medium-term effect on automakers, Frost... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Thai floods revive 'quake memories

14 October 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Thai floods revive 'quake memories Graeme Roberts Only seven months on from the Japanese earthquake, and just as the industry there and its tentacles overseas are getting back to n... read more


August 2011 management briefing: hybrids and electric vehicles (part 3)

31 August 2011 | Glenn Brooks

August 2011 management briefing: hybrids and electric vehicles (part 3) Glenn Brooks In the last of a three-part series for just-auto, Glenn Brooks looks into the future of electric vehicles (EVs) ... read more


August 2011 management briefing: hybrids and electric vehicles (part 2)

25 August 2011 | Glenn Brooks

August 2011 management briefing: hybrids and electric vehicles (part 2) Glenn Brooks In the second of a three-part series on alternate powertrain vehicles, Glenn Brooks examines the future of petro... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Another Chinese lifeline thrown to Saab

20 May 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Another Chinese lifeline thrown to Saab Graeme Roberts A week, they say, is a long time in politics. That also applies when you are talking about Saab. Barely was the ink dry, so t... read more


ANALYSIS: Saab under Hawtai Motor – could it fly?

11 May 2011 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS: Saab under Hawtai Motor – could it fly? Glenn Brooks Can there be another vehicle maker with a recent history as beset by turbulence as Saab? Having been pushed into liquidation by Genera... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: VW in overdrive on quest for world domination

28 April 2011 | Rob Golding

GOLDING’S TAKE: VW in overdrive on quest for world domination Rob Golding VW Group is still talking the talk of the playground bully. When the top brass came on the conference call (27 April) to disc... read more


ANALYSIS: 'Quake stoppages in third week, global supply chain worries

24 March 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

ANALYSIS: 'Quake stoppages in third week, global supply chain worries just-auto.com editorial team Most Japanese automakers have extended their vehicle production stoppages into a third week after th... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China?

10 September 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China? Graeme Roberts Interesting news this week that Nissan's local partner in China is developing a new range of cars under a unique local new ... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: The incomplete jigsaw puzzle

2 February 2009 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: The incomplete jigsaw puzzle Mark Bursa Fiat-PSA-Chrysler would be a massive corporate entity – but does it have the right kind of global coverage? Mark Bursa thinks there... 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: No easy solution for Hyundai’s Chinese puzzle

8 November 2007 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: No easy solution for Hyundai’s Chinese puzzle Mark Bursa Hyundai has hit the buffers in China this year, with sales down more than 21% in a market that is growing by 24%. ... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: China’s show of strength – but the old problems remain

22 May 2007 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: China’s show of strength – but the old problems remain Mark Bursa The dust has settled on an impressive Shanghai Auto Show. But Chinese auto makers still can’t resist copy... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Marchionne pulls no punches as Fiat plans to Chery-pick a new Chinese partner (NEW: hear an interview)

11 May 2007 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Marchionne pulls no punches as Fiat plans to Chery-pick a new Chinese partner (NEW: hear an interview) Mark Bursa Fiat looks set to scrap its Chinese partnership with Nanj... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Could China hold the key to Chrysler’s future?

9 March 2007 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Could China hold the key to Chrysler’s future? Mark Bursa Chrysler is pressing ahead with a plan to build small cars in China in partnership with Chinese automaker Chery. ... read more


FEATURE: Why Toyota's strategy will make it number one in China

28 November 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

FEATURE: Why Toyota's strategy will make it number one in China just-auto.com editorial team Even when you think you've read it all about China, extraordinary things just keep on happening. While ye... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Collision course – Chinese automakers plan parallel Rover revivals

9 October 2006 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Collision course – Chinese automakers plan parallel Rover revivals Mark Bursa So where now for Rover? Or should that be Rovers? Or not Rover at all, as Ford has now snaffl... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Chinese in Paris – not with a bang, but with a Wingle

3 October 2006 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Chinese in Paris – not with a bang, but with a Wingle Mark Bursa There’s a pecking order for exhibitors at the Paris Show. Not surprisingly, the French manufacturers domin... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Emerging markets could be key in 'Ghosn Motors'

12 July 2006 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Emerging markets could be key in 'Ghosn Motors' Mark Bursa If Kirk Kerkorian gets his way and installs Renault-Nissan as General Motors’ partner, he’ll want to see a retur... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Volkswagen searches for a solution to its China crisis

28 March 2006 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Volkswagen searches for a solution to its China crisis Mark Bursa Twenty years ago, Volkswagen became the first foreign auto maker to set up a joint venture in China, and ... read more