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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


COMMENT: Holden bows to the inevitable

11 December 2013 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Holden bows to the inevitable Graeme Roberts To this Antipodean - from the other side of the Tasman Sea - last night's announcement Holden is to end local manufacture in Australia in 2017 is... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: It's (mostly) good news week...

25 October 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: It's (mostly) good news week... Graeme Roberts On the whole, I think I'll bill the seven days just passed (TGIF) as largely good news week. Ford - profits up, forecast for whol... read more


COMMENT: FKG Annual Suppliers Forum quotes

18 October 2013 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: FKG Annual Suppliers Forum quotes Simon Warburton Last week (10 October) saw Scandinavian components body, FKG's Annual Suppliers Forum in Gothenburg, attended by 450 delegates. Grouped here... 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


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Ford nets billions, Toyota recalls another million...

1 February 2013 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Ford nets billions, Toyota recalls another million... Graeme Roberts A mixed week of mostly good news, industry niggle  in France and financial woes at PSA excepted. Ford ... read more


ANALYSIS: Is there a viable scenario for the Saab brand?

3 July 2012 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Is there a viable scenario for the Saab brand? Mark Bursa Saab’s new Chinese-Japanese owners need to understand the brand’s history – and get back to first principles &nd... 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


COMMENT: Saab union stands up for those not wearing shirt and tie

9 February 2012 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Saab union stands up for those not wearing shirt and tie Simon Warburton There appears to be something outrageous going on in Trollhattan or should I say Gothenburg. While all the fancy l... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Unions, Saab and a Ford milestone

20 January 2012 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Unions, Saab and a Ford milestone Graeme Roberts Union news and Saab updates were amongst the most-read stories on just-auto this week. French metalworking union CFE-CGC said... read more


COMMENT: Saab demise provides government with major headache

19 December 2011 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Saab demise provides government with major headache Simon Warburton What looks now like Saab's eventual demise is presenting the Swedish government with a fairly large headache - not to ment... 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


COMMENT: Saab drama still to play out

28 October 2011 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Saab drama still to play out Simon Warburton There is surely one very relieved Dutchman in Sweden today (28 October). Yet again, Saab CEO Victor Muller has engineered something of a trium... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: 'Quake lessons still being learned?

28 October 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: 'Quake lessons still being learned? Graeme Roberts "Lessons will be learned." That trite phrase is heard far too often here in Britain, usually being read from a statement, vetted ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: End of the line for Saab?

24 June 2011 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: End of the line for Saab? Graeme Roberts After two weeks off on 'staycation', I returned, refreshed, on Monday to see what had happened during an absence in which news had not been... 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


COMMENT: The little Mazda truck that could

7 October 2010 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: The little Mazda truck that could Graeme Roberts Back in the day, waaaaay back in the day, in my far-off native New Zealand, the likes of Land Rover, and the then relatively rare Holden, For... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: A saviour for Saab

19 March 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: A saviour for Saab Graeme Roberts It's been something of an out-and-about time for the just-auto editorial team of late. Places, to go, people (and cars) to see, you know how it go... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: Saab and Volvo in trouble again

12 November 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

GOLDING’S TAKE: Saab and Volvo in trouble again just-auto.com editorial team It’s not much fun being a Brit at the moment and having to worry about the outlook for Jaguar and Land Rover, writes Rob ... read more