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BRIEFING FEATURE: Russia's turnaround

12 October 2010 | Dave Leggett

BRIEFING FEATURE: Russia's turnaround Dave Leggett Russia's automotive market and industry has been very hard hit by the country's severe economic recession of 2009. However, a moderate economic rec... 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: Paris shows automakers not beaten down

1 October 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Paris shows automakers not beaten down Graeme Roberts Let's see now, anything interesting happen in the last week? Hmmm.. Oh, yes, Paris. What a show! Sales in some markets may sti... read more


FOCUS: The Hungarian auto market

24 September 2010 | Chris Brook-Carter

FOCUS: The Hungarian auto market Chris Brook-Carter Volkswagen unit Audi has announced plans to invest almost EUR900m in its Hungarian operations during the next three years, as it expands its produc... read more


ANALYSIS: European light vehicle output to fall in 2011

24 September 2010 | Dave Leggett

ANALYSIS: European light vehicle output to fall in 2011 Dave Leggett The latest forecasts from JD Power suggest that the sluggish outlook for the European economy is creating risks on the downside t... read more


ANALYSIS: Big, bold and blinged-up. It's boom time again for Korea's car market

15 September 2010 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Big, bold and blinged-up. It's boom time again for Korea's car market Mark Bursa Mark Bursa is in Seoul for the first time in seven years – and judging by the cars on the streets, th... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China?

10 September 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China? Graeme Roberts Interesting news this week that Nissan's local partner in China is developing a new range of cars under a unique local new ... read more


COMMENT: Dragging the DAB chain

6 September 2010 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Dragging the DAB chain Graeme Roberts   Kudos to Ford for including DAB radio as standard in the new C-Max minivan line - now with a seven-seat Grand version due on sale here in th... read more


AUGUST MANAGEMENT BRIEFING: Hybrids and electric vehicles (Part 3)

31 August 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

AUGUST MANAGEMENT BRIEFING: Hybrids and electric vehicles (Part 3) just-auto.com editorial team In the last of a three-part series for just-auto, Glenn Brooks looks into the future of plug-in vehic... read more


COMMENT: The stakes are high with Alfa Romeo

31 August 2010 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT: The stakes are high with Alfa Romeo Dave Leggett The key to really making money in the car business is to have a brand premium. Of course, you need to get the basic commercial economics of c... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Green trains take the lead

27 August 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Green trains take the lead Graeme Roberts [Deep sigh]. Here we are, slaving away to keep track of all things automotive worldwide, and what did you lot read about the most in the l... read more


ANALYSIS: BMW's improving outlook

27 August 2010 | Dave Leggett

ANALYSIS: BMW's improving outlook Dave Leggett BMW is on something of a roll this year. A new 5 Series helps, but the company is also benefiting from effective management that has accelerated new mo... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Future car model programmes in South Africa

19 August 2010 | Glenn Brooks

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Future car model programmes in South Africa Glenn Brooks South Africa's auto industry has developed over the past decade, encouraged by a growing local market and a burgeoning rol... read more


AUGUST MANAGEMENT BRIEFING: Hybrids and electric vehicles (Part 1)

6 August 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

AUGUST MANAGEMENT BRIEFING: Hybrids and electric vehicles (Part 1) just-auto.com editorial team After ten years at the top, Toyota is suddenly finding its lead in hybrid car technology under attack.... read more


FEATURE: Mercosur poised for further auto investment

30 July 2010 | Ivan Castano

FEATURE: Mercosur poised for further auto investment Ivan Castano South America's main trading bloc Mercosur is set to attract significant new investments from global automotive manufacturers keen t... read more


RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Toyota leads in full hybrids, but others are following

27 July 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

RESEARCH ANALYSIS: Toyota leads in full hybrids, but others are following just-auto.com editorial team In the full hybrid arena, Toyota continues its utter dominance. Since 1997, it has made more th... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Toyota v US government again

16 July 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Toyota v US government again Graeme Roberts You'll recall the recent slanging matches between, in no particular order, Toyota, the US Department of Transport and NHTSA, sundry offi... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Austerity bites

2 July 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Austerity bites Graeme Roberts Britain's post election austerity budget may soon bite on the car industry as the minister in charge of such things indicated direct support may be ... read more


COMMENT: Retro regression

30 June 2010 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Retro regression Graeme Roberts News today the Chrysler PT Cruiser is finally for the chop is no surprise. We've been here before , at least once a year the last few years, but this time ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Independence, loans and taxes

25 June 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Independence, loans and taxes Graeme Roberts BMW's independent streak, Opel's loan bid and extra shifts plus the effects of a certain chancellor's 'Austerity Budget' on the UK auto... read more


COMMENT: BMW opts to go-it-alone

21 June 2010 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT: BMW opts to go-it-alone Dave Leggett Cross-shareholdings and corporate alliances may be all the rage in the auto industry, but BMW is preferring to chart an independent course. BMW's mana... read more


COMMENT: BRAZIL: Chinese automakers have a long way to go

17 June 2010 | Fernando Calmon

COMMENT: BRAZIL: Chinese automakers have a long way to go Fernando Calmon The arrival of Chinese brands in Brazil has been rather slow, although watched with interest due to the size and industrial s... read more


ANALYSIS: Ford unravelled [includes audio]

17 June 2010 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Ford unravelled [includes audio] Mark Bursa Mercury axed, Mazda and Volvo gone. Alan Mulally’s One Ford is almost a reality. But some links may be harder to untangle, writes Mark Bur... read more


ANALYSIS: ZF’s Saarbrücken plant - gearing up for the future

15 June 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

ANALYSIS: ZF’s Saarbrücken plant - gearing up for the future just-auto.com editorial team Over the last 37 years, ZF's transmission plant at Saarbrücken, in Germany, has manufactured a series o... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: GM in the frame

11 June 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: GM in the frame Graeme Roberts Nein. That little word, or more likely a longer-winded variant, was not what GM Europe supremo Nick Reilly  needed to hear from Germany's coali... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: The more EVs change the more they are the same

10 June 2010 | Rob Golding

GOLDING’S TAKE: The more EVs change the more they are the same Rob Golding There is a fascinating amount of electric technology rolling through the car factories of the world. The task of observers g... read more


COMMENT: Lincoln needs a Ford LaNeve

3 June 2010 | Bill Cawthon

COMMENT: Lincoln needs a Ford LaNeve Bill Cawthon Last week, a rumour surfaced: Ford was working on a plan kill off Mercury, the automotive legacy of Edsel Ford, Henry’s only child. Mercury wou... read more


COMMENT: Foreign JLR assembly not a UK threat

1 June 2010 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Foreign JLR assembly not a UK threat Graeme Roberts Today's news that Tata Motors' Jaguar Land Rover is to start producing vehicles in China within two years should not worry the UK workfo... read more


ANALYSIS: Saab sale to Spyker works through

27 May 2010 | Rob Golding

ANALYSIS: Saab sale to Spyker works through Rob Golding The David-and-Goliath transaction of Spyker buying Saab now has its sequel. Victor Muller is buying Saab’s three overseas sales companies... read more


ANALYSIS: Has Giugiaro got the timing right?

26 May 2010 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Has Giugiaro got the timing right? Mark Bursa Selling ItalDesign to Volkswagen will mean a very different future for Giorgetto Giugiaro’s company. But maybe the time is right for a c... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: 2010 will be tricky in Europe

14 May 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: 2010 will be tricky in Europe Graeme Roberts Just how tricky 2010 is shaping up to be was reflected in our close look at the European market in April at the start of this week. ... read more


COMMENT: Chinese help for GM India makes sense

14 May 2010 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Chinese help for GM India makes sense Graeme Roberts Today's news that General Motors will launch Chinese-developed light trucks in India by the end of next year makes a lot of sense. Afte... read more


FIRST LOOK: The revised Mazda 6

12 May 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

FIRST LOOK: The revised Mazda 6 just-auto.com editorial team Mazda is about to introduce the updated Mazda 6 which is hardly a banner-headline news event. But it is a subject of considerable interest... read more


LUDVIGSEN'S COLUMN: Fiat’s fraught future

5 May 2010 | Karl Ludvigsen

LUDVIGSEN'S COLUMN: Fiat’s fraught future Karl Ludvigsen Fiat was forthcoming with the details of its next five-year plan, due to culminate in 2014. Looking behind the glossy presentation, we see so... read more


COMMENT: Squaring the EV circle

4 May 2010 | Simon Warburton

COMMENT: Squaring the EV circle Simon Warburton As the pace of European electric vehicle research and development grows at a dizzying speed, so the list of players jockeying for position - and cash -... read more


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