Wall Street Journal FRANKFURT—The European auto industry extended its winning sales streak to two years in August, but concerns about meager profit prospects in the region overshadow expectations for further growth. New car registrations rose 11.5% last month compared ... MarketWatch Bloomberg ICIS
PR Newswire (press release) WASHINGTON and NEW YORK and LONDON, Oct. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MarketResearch.com published a blog post that provides a recap of recent auto news. Current industry leaders are facing new opportunities and challenges as the competition heats ...
Wall Street Journal TOKYO—The Japanese auto industry hailed a tariff-cutting agreement among 12 Pacific nations, though the impact on car makers may be limited by earlier shifts in production to markets where the cars are sold, including the U.S.. The Trans-Pacific ... Automotive News (blog) International Business Times
Toronto Star OTTAWA—Conservative Leader Stephen Harper promised long-term funding to help the auto industry adjust to the newly-signed Pacific Rim trade deal and said automakers would have been worse off if Canada had not signed the 12-nation pact. CBC.ca Huffington Post Canada New York Times
International Business Times The new Renault Sport RS. 01 is shown on display at IAA Frankfurt Auto Show, Sept. 16, 2015, in Frankfurt, Germany. Renault is just one of several large French automobile manufacturers whose huge stake in diesel is threatened by the Volkswagen ... Daily Sabah
Worldcrunch MUNICH — As the Volkswagen scandal continues to unfold, you can either look behind or look ahead. How has this historic German auto giant with 12 brands and 600,000 employees worldwide found itself spiraling downward in a bottomless pit since ... International Business Times Center for Research on Globalization Triple Pundit (registration) (blog) -
New York Times Long before Volkswagen admitted to cheating on emissions tests for millions of cars worldwide, the automobile industry, Volkswagen included, had a well-known record of sidestepping regulation and even duping regulators. For decades, car companies ... International Business Times Wall Street Journal New Zealand Herald