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Car parts boom brings hope to Bulgaria

May 10, 2014 06:01 CET
Bulgaria, the EU's poorest member, is capitalizing on factors including its location, its low taxes and reduced labor costs to attract auto suppliers.... Read More »

 

European carmakers oppose EU-Japan trade deal

May 9, 2014 13:15 CET
European carmakers object to a looming EU-Japan trade deal. They say the accord would make it easier for Japanese automakers to sell cars in Europe without providing the same opportunity to European exporters.... Read More »

 

Fiat Chrysler targets Europe, Africa, Mideast for double-digit sales growth

May 6, 2014 21:26 CET
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to introduce 34 new or redesigned models to its portfolio in Europe, Africa and the Middle East and is targeting an overall 27 percent increase in sales in those regions by 2018.... Read More »

 

Fiat Chrysler targets Europe, Africa, Mideast for double-digit sales growth

3:26 pm U.S. ET | May 6, 2014
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to introduce 34 new or redesigned models to its portfolio in Europe, Africa and the Middle East and is targeting an overall 27 percent increase in sales in those regions by 2018.... Read More »

 

French court overturns Mercedes sales ban

May 5, 2014 16:19 CET
France's top administrative court has overturned the French government's decision last year to ban the sale of certain Mercedes vehicles in a dispute over an air-conditioning refrigerant.... Read More »

 

Test loopholes take gloss off Europe's cleaner cars

April 30, 2014 15:41 CET
New cars sold in the EU last year emitted 4 percent less carbon dioxide than those sold in 2012, the European environment agency reported, although environmental campaigners said the improvement was exaggerated.... Read More »

 

Deaths on Europe's roads halve in a decade, report says

April 29, 2014 12:59 CET
Deaths involving car drivers or passengers on Europe's roads have halved over the last decade, but campaigners say tougher laws could prevent many more people from dying needlessly.... Read More »

 

2014 AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE CONGRESS

PSA chief Tavares will be keynote speaker in Brussels

April 28, 2014 06:01 CET
PSA/Peugeot-Citroen CEO Carlos Tavares will be the keynote speaker at the Automotive News Europe Congress in June in Brussels.... Read More »

 

PSA chief Tavares to keynote Brussels congress

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 28, 2014
Carlos Tavares, the ex-No. 2 executive at Renault who recently took over as CEO of France's other automaker, PSA Peugeot Citroen, will be the keynote speaker at the Automotive News Europe Congress on June 4 in Brussels.... Read More »

 

APRIL U.S. SALES

U.S. sales on track to rise 9% in April, 2 forecasts show

3:44 pm U.S. ET | April 24, 2014
Auto sales are on pace to rise 9 percent in April from a year ago, as warmer weather coaxes out more shoppers who stayed home during the unusually harsh winter, according to two forecasts released today.... Read More »

 

EDITORIAL

Sounds like a plan: Nissan, dealers sidestep stair-steps

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 21, 2014
Nissan has made a commendable effort to work with its dealers in setting up an enlightened alternative to stair-step factory incentives.... Read More »

 

AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE E-MAGAZINE

Why Volvo CEO believes his automaker is better off than rivals in China

April 8, 2014 06:15 CET
Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson says his company's relationship with owner Zhejiang Geely Holding gives it a big advantage over rivals in China.... Read More »

 

KEITH CRAIN

Eastern Europe is an auto hot spot

12:01 am U.S. ET | April 7, 2014
The crisis in Ukraine and Eastern Europe is ongoing and will be causing all sorts of problems for European auto manufacturers for some time to come.... Read More »

 

Stung by Ram win in March, Chevy further juices Silverado incentives

4:11 pm U.S. ET | April 3, 2014
Within hours of a General Motors spokesman saying it was easy to “buy market share” after the Ram pickup outsold the Chevrolet Silverado in March, GM opened its wallet to buy it back.... Read More »

 

British car industry overwhelmingly backs EU membership, SMMT survey says

April 2, 2014 11:24 CET
More than 90 percent of companies operating in the British car industry want the UK to stay in the European Union, a survey commissioned by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders showed.... Read More »

 

MARCH U.S. AUTO SALES

U.S. sales rise 6% as spring momentum builds

8:00 am U.S. ET | April 1, 2014
U.S. light-vehicle sales rose 6 percent to 1.54 million units in March, exceeding analysts' forecasts and signaling the auto industry has shaken off its sluggish start to 2014. The seasonally adjusted sales rate -- a broad gauge of the industry's health -- surged to 16.4 million units from 15.3 million units a year ago. It's the best showing for the SAAR since November 2013 and among the highest in the past seven years.... Read More »

 

MARCH U.S. AUTO SALES

March light-vehicle volume projected to rise 2% to 1.5 million

7:12 am U.S. ET | March 31, 2014
After severe winter weather put a freeze on U.S. light-vehicle deliveries in January and February, industrywide sales are forecast to rise 2 percent to 1.48 million light vehicles in March. The annualized sales rate, adjusted for seasonal factors, may rise to 15.8 million units, based on the average of 14 estimates, from 15.3 million a year earlier.... Read More »

 

Antitrust regulators raid exhaust makers

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 31, 2014
European Union antitrust regulators raided Tenneco Inc. and several other auto exhaust systems makers in the latest crackdown against suspected price fixing in the global auto industry.... Read More »

 

Obama says U.S.-EU trade talks are moving forward

March 28, 2014 09:44 CET
President Barack Obama said his administration is moving forward on establishing a trade pact between the U.S. and EU. Automakers are lobbying hard for the pact to end import tariffs and adopt standard safety and environmental regulations.... Read More »

 

Saint-Gobain wins 165 million euro cut in record EU cartel fine

March 27, 2014 12:52 CET
French supplier Saint-Gobain won a 165 million euro ($227 million) reduction in its record 880 million euro EU antitrust fine for fixing car-glass prices.... Read More »

 

EU antitrust regulators raid Faurecia, Tenneco, other exhaust suppliers

March 25, 2014 17:32 CET
EU antitrust regulators raided Faurecia, Tenneco and several other auto exhaust system makers in the latest crackdown against suspected price-fixing in the auto industry.... Read More »

 

Schaeffler takes 380 million euro provision on EU antitrust fine

March 20, 2014 12:34 CET
German supplier Schaeffler took a 380 million euro ($526 million) provision after being fined in a European Union antitrust probe.... Read More »

 

SKF to Schaeffler fined $1.3 billion in EU ball-bearing case

March 19, 2014 13:36 CET
SKF, the world's largest maker of ball bearings, and Schaeffler were among five companies that agreed to pay a combined 953.3 million euros ($1.3 billion) to settle a European Union probe into an automotive-parts cartel.... Read More »

 

BMW sees annual output of 100,000 units for its 'i' electric range

March 19, 2014 16:03 CET
BMW says it may build more than 100,000 units a year of its 'i' range of battery-powered cars by 2020 to help meet tougher CO2 emissions regulations.... Read More »

 

Many dealers warn: Accept a gift and get fired

12:01 am U.S. ET | March 10, 2014
Dealerships' prohibitions against incentives, and the enforcement of those prohibitions, are likely to be ratcheted higher due to concerns that federal regulators are looking more closely at F&I products and how they are priced.... Read More »

 

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