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EC approves Hirose acquisition by Denso

27 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

EC approves Hirose acquisition by Denso Simon Warburton European Commission authorities have approved, through the EU Merger Regulation, Denso's acquisition of sole control of Toyota's Hirose Plant b... read more


Ford signs greenhouse gas pact with CARB

26 July 2019 | Simon Warburton

Ford signs greenhouse gas pact with CARB Simon Warburton Ford has unveiled an agreement with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and three other automakers, which will provide greater... read more


Ford JV fined millions in China

5 June 2019 | Graeme Roberts

Ford JV fined millions in China Graeme Roberts China's market regulator has fined Ford's main joint venture CNY162.8m (US$23.55m) for violating anti-monopoly laws. Reuters said Ford... read more


EU accuses BMW, Daimler and VW over emissions technology

5 April 2019 | Graeme Roberts

EU accuses BMW, Daimler and VW over emissions technology Graeme Roberts The European Commission has accused BMW, Daimler and VW of breaching EU antitrust rules from 2006 to 2014 by colluding to restr... read more


ZF to meet CO2 targets as China winds blow

4 April 2019 | Simon Warburton

ZF to meet CO2 targets as China winds blow Simon Warburton ZF says meeting extremely tough new CO2 emissions targets set by the European Commission (EC) will be a tall order, but remains confident it... read more


Ford Blanquefort future in limbo

30 January 2019 | Simon Warburton

Ford Blanquefort future in limbo Simon Warburton Ford says it "acknowledges" the French competition authority's refusal to approve its plans for its transmission plant at Blanquefort near Borde... read more


EU eyes "circle of five" European automakers for emissions collusion

18 September 2018 | Graeme Roberts

EU eyes "circle of five" European automakers for emissions collusion Graeme Roberts The European Commission said on Tuesday (18 September) it had opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether BM... read more


Australian regulator goes after Ford over automatic transmissions

1 August 2017 | Graeme Roberts

Australian regulator goes after Ford over automatic transmissions Graeme Roberts The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said it had begun proceedings against Ford Australia allegin... read more


EPA sticking with 2025 emissions/economy standards

8 December 2016 | Graeme Roberts

EPA sticking with 2025 emissions/economy standards Graeme Roberts In a surprise move, the US Environmental Protection Agency announced it would maintain model year 2022-2025 fuel economy and greenhou... read more


Toyota to revamp in-house powertrain company

6 December 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Toyota to revamp in-house powertrain company Graeme Roberts Toyota Motor on Tuesday (6 December) said it intends to review and strengthen the development structure of its in-house powertrain company.... read more


South Korea threatens BMW, Porsche and Nissan models with sales ban

30 November 2016 | Staff reporter

South Korea threatens BMW, Porsche and Nissan models with sales ban Staff reporter The South Korean government has said it may ban six car models sold by three foreign automakers in the country ... read more


Huge CO2 fines loom for European automakers - report

28 November 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Huge CO2 fines loom for European automakers - report Graeme Roberts Eight of Europe's largest carmakers reportedly will miss carbon dioxide emissions targets due to come into force in 2021, leaving t... read more


Ford's Fields fires back at Trump tariff plan

16 November 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Ford's Fields fires back at Trump tariff plan Graeme Roberts Ford's chief executive officer Mark Fields has taken aim at President-elect Trump's plan to scuttle free trade and impose a 3... read more


Ford eyes autonomous car regulations - report

18 August 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Ford eyes autonomous car regulations - report Graeme Roberts Ford's aim to have a fully driverless car by 2021 will require big changes in federal and state laws to clear the way, according to a... read more


Voluntary safety deal to be announced in Detroit

12 January 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Voluntary safety deal to be announced in Detroit Graeme Roberts The US government and a group of global automakers are set to unveil a voluntary agreement at the Detroit motor show on Friday aim... read more


EC approves Magna buying Getrag

18 December 2015 | Simon Warburton

EC approves Magna buying Getrag Simon Warburton European Commission officials have approved the acquisition of automotive transmissions specialist, Getrag by Magna International through the EU Merger... read more


THAILAND: Toyota suspends Prius assembly due to tax dispute

26 August 2015 | Staff reporter

THAILAND: Toyota suspends Prius assembly due to tax dispute Staff reporter Toyota Motor said it would suspend Prius production at its Chachoengsao plant in Thailand until a legal dispute with the co... read more


GERMANY: BMW checks Google's Alphabet on trademark rights

12 August 2015 | Dave Leggett

GERMANY: BMW checks Google's Alphabet on trademark rights Dave Leggett BMW is checking whether any trademark rights have been infringed by Google after the latter established a company called Alphabe... read more


FRANCE: Politicians urge Prime Ministers summit to ease Calais chaos

5 August 2015 | Simon Warburton

FRANCE: Politicians urge Prime Ministers summit to ease Calais chaos Simon Warburton Potential French Presidential candidate, Xavier Bertrand has waded into the current Calais impasse threatening to ... read more


FRANCE: Authorities underline State role in auto sector

27 July 2015 | Simon Warburton

FRANCE: Authorities underline State role in auto sector Simon Warburton Northern French regional authorities say they will continue to offer State support to automotive companies in the region as the... read more


GERMANY: Societal change to drive future car buying: ZF TRW

13 July 2015 | Simon Warburton

GERMANY: Societal change to drive future car buying: ZF TRW Simon Warburton ZF TRW says fundamental changes in the way society looks at vehicle ownership as well as far higher levels of automated dri... read more


GERMANY: OEMs line up to back free trade agreement with US

29 January 2015 | Dave Leggett

GERMANY: OEMs line up to back free trade agreement with US Dave Leggett The leaders of German car companies have united in support of a free trade agreement between the EU and the US that they believ... read more


INDIA: Datsun horror inspires national crash tests

26 November 2014 | Glenn Brooks

INDIA: Datsun horror inspires national crash tests Glenn Brooks A minimum national standard for vehicle occupant protection is being proposed for India. This follows the recent negative publicity for... read more


US: Transport Department to review NHTSA

27 October 2014 | Graeme Roberts

US: Transport Department to review NHTSA Graeme Roberts The US Transportation Department will conduct an internal review of the country's auto safety regulators in response to a series of safety laps... read more


UK: Britain better off inside a reformed EU - PM

21 October 2014 | Dave Leggett

UK: Britain better off inside a reformed EU - PM Dave Leggett Britain's prime minister, David Cameron, has told just-auto that he believes Britain is better off inside a reformed European Union (EU).... read more


US: Toyota to recall Tacoma pickup trucks

29 September 2014 | Graeme Roberts

US: Toyota to recall Tacoma pickup trucks Graeme Roberts Toyota in the US will recall 690,000 Tacoma pickup trucks for corrosion checks, CNBC reported. The auomaker reportedly said there was possi... read more


US: Ford recalls 850,050 cars for airbag systems check

29 September 2014 | Graeme Roberts

US: Ford recalls 850,050 cars for airbag systems check Graeme Roberts Ford is recalling 850,050 2013-2014 C-Max, Fusion, Escape and Lincoln MKZ vehicles in North America to check the restraints contr... read more


INDIA: BMW and Mercedes win three-week reprieve from CCI’s penalty order

25 September 2014 | Graeme Roberts

INDIA: BMW and Mercedes win three-week reprieve from CCI’s penalty order Graeme Roberts BMW and Mercedes-Benz operations in India have been granted a three-week reprieve from the Competition Commissi... read more


INDIA: Regulator follows China with parts prices clampdown

26 August 2014 | Chris Wright

INDIA: Regulator follows China with parts prices clampdown Chris Wright Carmakers in India are coming under similar pressure from regulators as those in China with a total of US$420m in fines being h... read more


CHINA: Lexus latest to cut prices

21 August 2014 | Chris Wright

CHINA: Lexus latest to cut prices Chris Wright Toyota in China is cutting parts prices for its luxury Lexus models in response to heightened regulatory scrutiny over anti-trust issues. Prices on a... read more


CHINA: China levies big fines on Japanese parts makers

20 August 2014 | Dave Leggett

CHINA: China levies big fines on Japanese parts makers Dave Leggett China's regulatory authorities have found a group of Japanese automotive parts makers guilty of price fixing and handed out large f... read more


CHINA: Japanese companies fined in pricing probe

19 August 2014 | Chris Wright

CHINA: Japanese companies fined in pricing probe Chris Wright China's antitrust regulator has fined Japanese bearing makers NSK and NTN a combined (US$47m) for violating rules in the latest clamp dow... read more


CHINA: China's anti-trust regulator investigates over 1,000 auto companies

13 August 2014 | Staff reporter

CHINA: China's anti-trust regulator investigates over 1,000 auto companies Staff reporter China's anti-trust probe has expanded to include over 1,000 local Chinese and overseas automotive companies, ... read more


BELGIUM: EC scrutinises Ford, BMW, Volkswagen and Audi projects

10 July 2014 | Simon Warburton

BELGIUM: EC scrutinises Ford, BMW, Volkswagen and Audi projects Simon Warburton Four projects by Germany, Spain and Hungary are being examined by the European Commission concerning the compatibility ... read more


BELGIUM: Euro NCAP crash tests six new models

26 June 2014 | Graeme Roberts

BELGIUM: Euro NCAP crash tests six new models Graeme Roberts The latest batch of Euro NCAP crash test results covered six vehicles launched recently in Europe. The small family Citroën C-Elys... read more


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