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PSA says vehicles Euro 6 compliant

27 August 2019 | Simon Warburton

PSA says vehicles Euro 6 compliant Simon Warburton PSA says its Peugeot, Citroën, DS, Opel and Vauxhall passenger cars are now approved using the new EURO 6 emission standard effective 1 Septemb... read more


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


German transport ministry to order 100,000-unit Opel recall

15 October 2018 | Graeme Roberts

German transport ministry to order 100,000-unit Opel recall Graeme Roberts Germany's transport ministry reportedly said it would order about 100,000 Opel vehicles to be recalled as part of an emi... read more


Nissan Japan sales said to have halved after inspection scandal

31 October 2017 | Graeme Roberts

Nissan Japan sales said to have halved after inspection scandal Graeme Roberts Nissan Motor reportedly has said sales of new passenger vehicles in Japan probably halved in October - compared with a y... read more


Nissan suspends sales in Japan over safety checks

2 October 2017 | Staff reporter

Nissan suspends sales in Japan over safety checks Staff reporter Nissan Motor's shares opened 5% lower on Monday morning after the company announced at the end of last week it would temporarily s... read more


No extra finance pledge to Nissan: UK National Audit Office

16 December 2016 | Simon Warburton

No extra finance pledge to Nissan: UK National Audit Office Simon Warburton Scrutiny from the UK's National Audit Office (NAO) indicates there was no extra financial pledge on behalf of the British g... read more


London played "crucial role" in persuading Nissan to commit

15 December 2016 | Simon Warburton

London played "crucial role" in persuading Nissan to commit Simon Warburton British government sources are confirming London played a "crucial role" in ensuring Nissan committed to future production ... 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


UK seeks continued tariff-free auto trade with EU

31 October 2016 | Dave Leggett

UK seeks continued tariff-free auto trade with EU Dave Leggett In an interview with the BBC, UK government minister and business secretary Greg Clark said that the UK would be seeking to maintain tar... read more


Volkswagen won't sue South Korea but Nissan has

30 August 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Volkswagen won't sue South Korea but Nissan has Graeme Roberts Volkswagen reportedly has decided not to sue the South Korean government which last month suspended sales of most of its models and impo... read more


Nissan denies Korean diesel emissions-cheat accusation

16 May 2016 | Graeme Roberts

Nissan denies Korean diesel emissions-cheat accusation Graeme Roberts Nissan has denied falsifying emission tests for diesel Qashqai models built in its UK plant and exported to South Korea. Acc... read more


GENEVA – Opel plans to increase diesel mix in Europe

2 March 2016 | Dave Leggett

GENEVA – Opel plans to increase diesel mix in Europe Dave Leggett Opel/Vauxhall CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann has told just-auto that the brands are planning to increase diesel mix in Europe, in spi... 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


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


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


GENEVA: Russia, Greece and diesel worry GM Europe chief

4 March 2015 | Roger Stansfield

GENEVA: Russia, Greece and diesel worry GM Europe chief Roger Stansfield The president of General Motors Europe, Karl-Thomas Neumann, is marking exactly two years in the job at the Geneva show having... 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


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


IRAN: Renault monitors diplomacy as sanctions ease

15 April 2014 | Simon Warburton

IRAN: Renault monitors diplomacy as sanctions ease Simon Warburton Renault says it is "closely monitoring" the diplomatic situation concerning Iran as automakers and suppliers start to take advantage... read more


US: Senator calls on GM chief to back rental recall legislation

10 April 2014 | Chris Wright

US: Senator calls on GM chief to back rental recall legislation Chris Wright General Motors chief Mary Barra has been asked to endorse legislation to keep unrepaired, recalled rental cars off the roa... read more


US: Lawmakers eye bigger fines, incarceration, for slow recalls

3 April 2014 | Graeme Roberts

US: Lawmakers eye bigger fines, incarceration, for slow recalls Graeme Roberts Higher fines and jail time reportedly are being considered by US lawmakers who questioned General Motors CEO Mary Barra ... read more


RUSSIA: Renault hails Decree 166, urges more supplier liaison

25 March 2014 | Simon Warburton

RUSSIA: Renault hails Decree 166, urges more supplier liaison Simon Warburton Renault Russia is hailing the effect of the country's Decree 166 mandating localised content, that has seen the country b... read more


IRAN: Nuclear sanctions thaw sees Renault restart parts shipments

31 January 2014 | Simon Warburton

IRAN: Nuclear sanctions thaw sees Renault restart parts shipments Simon Warburton Renault has restarted shipping components to Iran for Tondar (Dacia) models as the first fruits of a thaw in western ... read more


JAPAN: Toyota to slow production when tax hike hits

30 January 2014 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Toyota to slow production when tax hike hits Chris Wright Toyota will cut its daily vehicle output in Japan by 15% in April as demand for new cars drops in the country following the increase i... read more


UK: Plug in Porsche gains OLEV approval

28 November 2013 | Graeme Roberts

UK: Plug in Porsche gains OLEV approval Graeme Roberts The recently launched Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid, billed as the world's first plug-in hybrid executive saloon, has gained OLEV (Office for Lo... read more


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