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Relief as Trump holds fire on auto tariffs - COMMENT

21 May 2019 | just-auto.com editorial team

Relief as Trump holds fire on auto tariffs - COMMENT just-auto.com editorial team News earlier this month that US President Donald Trump had decided to delay imposing tariffs on vehicles and autom... read more


COMMENT - Swindon closure underlines Honda's failure in Europe

19 February 2019 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT - Swindon closure underlines Honda's failure in Europe Dave Leggett There's plenty of commentary around on the decision by Honda to shut its UK manufacturing facilities at Swindon . Some say... read more


Brexit’s come home - how the costs mount up

9 July 2018 | Calum MacRae

Brexit’s come home - how the costs mount up Calum MacRae This article was originally written on 6th July 2018, with the title 'Brexit's coming home' and primed for publication today, the 9th July. Th... read more


Brexit - that’ll be the Daewoo 

25 June 2018 | Calum MacRae

Brexit - that’ll be the Daewoo  Calum MacRae The automotive industry used to be awash with sub-contract manufacturers. Some will argue it still is - lots of Japanese vehicle assembly is carried out b... read more


WLTP prompts responses from carmakers - ANALYSIS

24 May 2018 | Mike Vousden

WLTP prompts responses from carmakers - ANALYSIS Mike Vousden From September 2018, all new cars registered in Europe, India, South Korea and Japan will have to report their official fuel economy and ... read more


What does the WLTP mean for the automotive industry?

15 May 2018 | Mike Vousden

What does the WLTP mean for the automotive industry? Mike Vousden From September 2018, all new cars registered in Europe, India, South Korea and Japan will have to report their official fuel economy... read more


Vietnam scraps ASEAN tariffs, but imports crash - ANALYSIS

1 March 2018 | Staff reporter

Vietnam scraps ASEAN tariffs, but imports crash - ANALYSIS Staff reporter Vietnam has cut import tariffs to zero on completely built-up (CBU) vehicles originating from southeast Asia at the beginning... read more


Is Euro NCAP losing its way? - Comment

1 March 2017 | Ray Hutton

Is Euro NCAP losing its way? - Comment Ray Hutton Euro NCAP changed consumer attitudes to car safety but is in danger of getting lost in its own complexity, writes Ray Hutton. Euro NCAP, the E... read more


Huge opportunities ahead in autos – study

3 August 2016 | Dave Leggett

Huge opportunities ahead in autos – study Dave Leggett A study by consultants AlixPartners suggests the automotive industry faces the "biggest challenge of the past 100 years" and predicts ... read more


Comment - VW 'dieselgate' opens the flood gates

17 May 2016 | Chris Wright

Comment - VW 'dieselgate' opens the flood gates Chris Wright There's an old saying in the UK – you can wait for hours for a bus then two will come along together. It's an analogy that can be pl... read more


Gloves off as UK poised to decide EU future

6 May 2016 | Simon Warburton

Gloves off as UK poised to decide EU future Simon Warburton "Independence Day" is how Boris Johnson – recent Mayor of London – and star turn of the UK's so-called Brexit wing looking for ... read more


COMMENT: President defies economic winter with Lada endorsement

30 October 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: President defies economic winter with Lada endorsement Simon Warburton As winter starts to really take hold in Russia – both climatically through the advent of the first real cold of t... read more


October 2015 management briefing: key supplier technologies update (2)

28 October 2015 | Matthew Beecham

October 2015 management briefing: key supplier technologies update (2) Matthew Beecham There is much more to the IAA in Frankfurt than a dazzling array of new cars. At the world's biggest auto show,... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Not a good week to be VW's Herr Doctor Winterkorn

25 September 2015 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Not a good week to be VW's Herr Doctor Winterkorn Graeme Roberts I'm not unsympathetic to him at all but, as the Volkswagen emissions-test rigging scandal continued to erupt t... read more


COMMENT: Suppliers defensive in teeth of VW storm

25 September 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Suppliers defensive in teeth of VW storm Simon Warburton If not exactly a stampede, there is certainly an orderly queue of suppliers beating a retreat to distance themselves from one of... read more


COMMENT: Will VW CEO Winterkorn survive this crisis?

21 September 2015 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Will VW CEO Winterkorn survive this crisis? Graeme Roberts Monday is barely half over here in Europe and just starting on the east coast of the US - where news of the scandal broke on... read more


COMMENT: TPP legacy as Obama's Grand Projet?

28 August 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: TPP legacy as Obama's Grand Projet? Simon Warburton It's only natural to want to leave something behind, something tangible which indicates you've made a difference and which will en... read more


COMMENT: Outdated driver protocols need review

20 July 2015 | Roger Stansfield

COMMENT: Outdated driver protocols need review Roger Stansfield The protocols which govern the use of motor vehicles are enshrined in the United Nations Convention on Road Traffic. One of its key sti... read more


COMMENT: Iran coiled spring bursting to unwind

17 July 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Iran coiled spring bursting to unwind Simon Warburton It's been glacially slow in evolving, but could one of the longest-running sanctions sagas in modern times be about to draw to a close? ... read more


COMMENT: Russian masquerade born of frustration

10 July 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Russian masquerade born of frustration Simon Warburton Sitting here in the West and listening to the litany of critics lined up against Russia, all aiming their formidable firepower firmly a... read more


COMMENT: Tsipras steals the show in St Petersburg

23 June 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Tsipras steals the show in St Petersburg Simon Warburton Arguably Europe's most powerful politician made a surprise appearance at last week's St Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIE... read more


COMMENT: Bosch takes societal bull by horns

5 June 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Bosch takes societal bull by horns Simon Warburton For all the chatter surrounding the brave new world of autonomous driving, there is one supplier at least which is broadening the debate be... read more


VEHICLE ANALYSIS: New Touareg 3.0 TDI & future VW SUVs

4 June 2015 | Glenn Brooks

VEHICLE ANALYSIS: New Touareg 3.0 TDI & future VW SUVs Glenn Brooks The need for Euro 6 compliancy has seen Volkswagen fitting the facelifted Touareg with a new 3.0-litre V6 diesel. There are also in... read more


COMMENT: Why the VW Touareg Hybrid had to die

26 May 2015 | Glenn Brooks

COMMENT: Why the VW Touareg Hybrid had to die Glenn Brooks The Volkswagen Group is killing off two engines in the Touareg due to the anti-pollution requirements of Euro 6 emissions regulations in EU ... read more


COMMENT: UK election sets cat among Brussels pigeons

15 May 2015 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: UK election sets cat among Brussels pigeons Simon Warburton UK satirical magazine, Private Eye 's cover this week has the strapline: "New poll shows Miliband ahead" and its ironic micky-tak... read more


COMMENT: Will countries pull up drawbridge as EC struggles?

8 December 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Will countries pull up drawbridge as EC struggles? Simon Warburton It's taking an achingly long time, but is the European Commission (EC) finally waking up to the idea not everybody is falli... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: All eyes on Vienna as nuclear talks start

21 November 2014 | Simon Warburton

THE WEEK THAT WAS: All eyes on Vienna as nuclear talks start Simon Warburton I've come off the bench this week, as just-auto  news editor, Graeme Roberts, takes a well-earned sojorn in Shakespe... read more


COMMENT: Iran nuclear talks to kick-start basic safety for all?

14 November 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Iran nuclear talks to kick-start basic safety for all? Simon Warburton With all the hullabaloo surrounding the imminent nuclear talks deadline on 24 November - another one - between Iran and... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: There's a ghost in the house...

31 October 2014 | Dave Leggett

THE WEEK THAT WAS: There's a ghost in the house... Dave Leggett Yes folks, there's a ghost in the house and the temptation is to say, it's the ghost of safety. Okay, that's a bit laboured in the wee... read more


COMMENT: Sweden looks to warm up emerging markets

24 October 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Sweden looks to warm up emerging markets Simon Warburton It's as if the Cold War never went away. Hot on the heels of Russian sabre rattling - and the eventual de facto annexation of Crim... read more


COMMENT: City of Light needs radicalism once more

10 October 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: City of Light needs radicalism once more Simon Warburton Conjure up an image of Paris and chances are a multitude of accepted versions will crowd your brain, a smorgasbord of real experience... read more


COMMENT: Foreign carmakers chose appeasement in China

27 August 2014 | Staff reporter

COMMENT: Foreign carmakers chose appeasement in China Staff reporter China's ongoing investigation into anti-competitive practices in the country's automotive industry has picked up momentum in recen... read more


COMMENT: No political football for new Business Minister

21 July 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: No political football for new Business Minister Simon Warburton Much like supporting a football team, just when you think it's all going swimmingly and your club's in for a period of stabili... read more


COMMENT: UK wrestles with Brexit/Scotland dilemma

3 July 2014 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: UK wrestles with Brexit/Scotland dilemma Simon Warburton In the - presumably now smoke-free - corridors of the European Commission (EC) last week - Britain's Prime Minister - with his Hungar... read more


SPIEF 2014: Ear to the ground St Petersburg

30 May 2014 | Simon Warburton

SPIEF 2014: Ear to the ground St Petersburg Simon Warburton This year's St Petersburg International Economic Forum provided a boost for Russia's beleaguered image, but The Kremlin didn't have it all ... read more


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