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ACEA revises up 2016 growth forecast to 5%

2 June 2016 | Simon Warburton

ACEA revises up 2016 growth forecast to 5% Simon Warburton Europe's Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA), has revised its forecast for 2016 car registrations up from its ini... read more


AUSTRALIA: Automakers recall 'Takata' vehicles

11 June 2015 | Graeme Roberts

AUSTRALIA: Automakers recall 'Takata' vehicles Graeme Roberts Mazda has recalled about 80,000 vehicles fitted with Takata airbags in Australia. The recall includes B-Series pickups, T-Series cab-c... read more


VENEZUELA: Vehicle output in 2014 slumps to record low

19 January 2015 | Graeme Roberts

VENEZUELA: Vehicle output in 2014 slumps to record low Graeme Roberts Vehicle production in recession-hit Venezuela fell 72.5% last year to just 19,759 units, national automakers organisation Cavenez... read more


US: GM says Q3 sales best since 1980

15 October 2014 | Graeme Roberts

US: GM says Q3 sales best since 1980 Graeme Roberts General Motors sold 2,449,595 vehicles around the world in the third quarter of 2014, up 2% year on year but the company’s best third quarter... read more


JAPAN: Toyota retains global top spot, despite VW surge

30 July 2014 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Toyota retains global top spot, despite VW surge Chris Wright Despite slowing growth to focus on quality Toyota remained the global leader in the first half of this year with groupwide global ... read more


GERMANY: Cautious VW sees profits jump on stronger sales

29 April 2014 | Tony Lewis

GERMANY: Cautious VW sees profits jump on stronger sales Tony Lewis Volkswagen Group reported a 21.8% jump in operating profit for Q1 to EUR2.9bn (US$4bn) from EUR2.3bn a year ago boosted by record s... read more


JAPAN: Toyota stays top of the global sales chart

29 October 2013 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Toyota stays top of the global sales chart Chris Wright Toyota is maintaining its lead over rivals General Motors and Volkswagen this year, with January-September global sales figures showing ... read more


GERMANY: ContiTech building Russian pipe plant

11 December 2012 | Graeme Roberts

GERMANY: ContiTech building Russian pipe plant Graeme Roberts ContiTech is spending EUR13m (US$16.8m) on a new plant for air conditioning and power steering lines in Kaluga, Russia, a city also home ... read more


JAPAN: Hitachi to make shock absorbers in Czech Republic

31 May 2012 | Staff reporter

JAPAN: Hitachi to make shock absorbers in Czech Republic Staff reporter Japan’s Hitachi Automotive Systems announced plans to refurbish its redundant LCD screen plant in Zatec, some 75 km from ... read more


JAPAN: Isuzu heads for GM talks

22 May 2012 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Isuzu heads for GM talks Graeme Roberts General Motors and Isuzu Motors will soon start negotiating a capital and business tie-up deal focused on joint commercial vehicle projects in Asia and ... read more


US: Global Industry Analysts expect global CV sales to reach 22 million units by 2017

12 April 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Global Industry Analysts expect global CV sales to reach 22 million units by 2017 just-auto plus Extended News Demand for commercial vehicles closely correlates with an economy's Index of Industr... read more


GERMANY: European regulator slows VW's MAN control

28 June 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: European regulator slows VW's MAN control just-auto.com editorial team Volkswagen AG has suffered a setback in its efforts to create Europe's biggest truckmaker as a European regulator pus... read more


CHINA: Navistar further as its cooperation with JAC through new appointment

15 June 2011 | just-auto plus Extended News

CHINA: Navistar further as its cooperation with JAC through new appointment just-auto plus Extended News Navistar has appointed Rudi von Meister to lead the company's Chinese service division in a bi... read more


GERMANY: VW may reduce rights issue

4 February 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: VW may reduce rights issue just-auto.com editorial team Volkswagen may not issue the full amount of new preference stock allowed by shareholders, chief financial officer Hans Dieter Poetsch ... read more


GERMANY: VW cautious on LCV market recovery

19 January 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY: VW cautious on LCV market recovery just-auto.com editorial team The LCV sector in Europe has reach the bottom but has yet to start climbing out of it, according to Volkswagen's commercial ve... read more


GERMANY/JAPAN [updated 15:55GMT]: Volkswagen and Suzuki ink strategic partnership

9 December 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

GERMANY/JAPAN [updated 15:55GMT]: Volkswagen and Suzuki ink strategic partnership just-auto.com editorial team Volkswagen AG and Suzuki Motor Corporation on Wednesday said they had agreed “to establi... read more


COLOMBIA: Market falls 9% in first quarter

15 April 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

COLOMBIA: Market falls 9% in first quarter just-auto.com editorial team A total of 5,457 vehicles fewer have been sold in Colombia year to date due to a strange start to 2008. There are both polit... read more


BRAZIL: Explosive sales rise confirmed

10 January 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

BRAZIL: Explosive sales rise confirmed just-auto.com editorial team Thirty more hours of production in 2007 and Brazilian automakers would have hit the 3m units mark for the first time. The domest... read more


UK: Stadco wins CV coating deal

3 January 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK: Stadco wins CV coating deal just-auto.com editorial team Body-in-white specialist Stadco has won a new contract from Shropshire-based Ingimex, specialist designers and volume manufacturers of lig... read more


BELGIUM: ACEA elects Christian Streiff President for 2008

7 December 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

BELGIUM: ACEA elects Christian Streiff President for 2008 just-auto.com editorial team The Board of Directors of ACEA, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, has elected Christian Streif... read more


UK: European LCV sales climb 6.1%

29 October 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK: European LCV sales climb 6.1% just-auto.com editorial team The European light commercial vehicle (LCV) market has increased 6.1% so far this year with Renault the top-selling brand – up 1.6% – an... read more


NORWAY: Kongsberg Automotive buying Teleflex unit

16 October 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

NORWAY: Kongsberg Automotive buying Teleflex unit just-auto.com editorial team Kongsberg Automotive Holding has entered into an agreement to acquire Teleflex’ automotive activities plus other vehicle... read more


CHINA: Fiat spending $2bn to boost China sales

3 July 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

CHINA: Fiat spending $2bn to boost China sales just-auto.com editorial team Italian industrial giant Fiat Group plans to spend more than 16bn yuan ($US2.1bn; EUR1.55bn)in China in the years to 2010 t... read more


BELGIUM: ACEA welcomes integrated CO2 approach

29 June 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

BELGIUM: ACEA welcomes integrated CO2 approach just-auto.com editorial team European automobile manufacturers have welcome the recognition last night by the EU Council of environment ministers of an ... read more


BELGIUM: Autos contribute "positively" to EU

20 June 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

BELGIUM: Autos contribute "positively" to EU just-auto.com editorial team The automobile industry continued to contribute positively to the economic performance of the EU27 European Union countries i... read more


BELGIUM: Toyota admitted to ACEA

8 June 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

BELGIUM: Toyota admitted to ACEA just-auto.com editorial team Toyota Motor Europe (TME) has been accepted as a full member of the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA), effective from ... read more


BELGIUM: ACEA to Toyota: come and join us

8 May 2007 | just-auto.com editorial team

BELGIUM: ACEA to Toyota: come and join us just-auto.com editorial team The European vehicle makers’ trade association ACEA has finally decided, after years of disagreement from within its ranks, to a... read more


JAPAN: Nissan joins automakers trek to St Petersburg

25 April 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

JAPAN: Nissan joins automakers trek to St Petersburg just-auto.com editorial team Nissan Motor plans to spend US$200m on a new assembly plant in St. Petersburg, Russia. The announcement was made i... read more


RUSSIA: Saint Petersburg could get four assembly plants - report

16 March 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

RUSSIA: Saint Petersburg could get four assembly plants - report just-auto.com editorial team The government of Saint Petersburg is currently in talks with four foreign car makers over opening assem... read more


SWEDEN: Volvo hybrid truck uses combined starter, alternator, drive motor

14 March 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

SWEDEN: Volvo hybrid truck uses combined starter, alternator, drive motor just-auto.com editorial team Volvo's concept hybrid powertrain for heavy vehicles, unveiled on Friday , offers fuel savings... read more


BULGARIA: Trucks post largest sales rise in January

20 February 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

BULGARIA: Trucks post largest sales rise in January just-auto.com editorial team Trucks are emerging as the fastest-rising segment of Bulgaria's new vehicle market in 2006, Reuters reported, citing ... read more


VENEZUELA: February new car sales up almost 50%

8 March 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

VENEZUELA: February new car sales up almost 50% just-auto.com editorial team New car sales in Venezuela rose 46.7% in February compared with a year ago when the OPEC nation was still reeling from a ... read more


COMMENT: Hino Motors: denying Scania stake interest

2 March 2004 | Datamonitor Commentwire

COMMENT: Hino Motors: denying Scania stake interest Datamonitor Commentwire Hino Motors has denied having any interest in purchasing some of Volvo's share in Swedish rival Scania. However, a potenti... read more


JAPAN: Scania AB rejects Hino stake acquisition overtures

25 February 2004 | just-auto.com editorial team

JAPAN: Scania AB rejects Hino stake acquisition overtures just-auto.com editorial team Hino Motors' attempt to buy a 2.3 billion Swedish kronor stake in truck maker Scania AB has been rejected, Dow ... read more


BRAZIL: Ford and DaimlerChrysler agree strike-break deals as Volkswagen holds out - report

3 November 2003 | just-auto.com editorial team

BRAZIL: Ford and DaimlerChrysler agree strike-break deals as Volkswagen holds out - report just-auto.com editorial team A Brazilian union told Reuters it had reached deals with Ford and DaimlerChrys... read more


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