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European sales exit recession with first positive result in seven years


While the US auto industry is already thriving, the battered and bruised European counterpart is only now seeing the light of day – with car sales in 2014 soaring for the first time since 2007. The new car registrations have been very close to fulfilling the top end of industry executives’ predictions as European buyers seek to replace aging models with ...
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Europe: ACEA’s new president is Carlos Ghosn
The European auto industry's lobbying unit, ACEA, has made a leadership change, as Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn takes the president position from ex-PSA CEO Philippe Varin. The Brussels-based body is led ...
Automakers seek delay in EU efforts on emission testing
The European carmakers have increased their pressure on EU officials in a bid to push back a new emission testing regulation. The new proposition would impose a severe new emission testing ...
September sales: Europe finally sees growth again
A growth in UK auto sales, a government incentive program in Spain and an extra working day buoyed Europe's new car market in September, providing fresh evidence that perhaps demand ...
ACEA Reports Deliveries Down in the EU in all Segments During Q1
ACEA reported commercial vehicle registrations in the EU in March dropped 9.8% and 11.0% for the first quarter. In March new commercial vehicle registrations in the EU fell for the 15th ...
Volkswagen forecasts stagnating operating profit in 2013
Volkswagen AG forecasts that operating profit this year will match last year's level, as the shrinking auto market in Germany affects earnings. Earnings before interest and taxes, which rose 2.1 percent ...
EU car registrations reach record low
New car registrations in the European Union fell to a record low, because of weak demand in several key markets, including Germany. "New registrations amounted to 885,159 units, reaching a historic ...
Commercial Vehicle Sales Down 12.4% in the EU in 2012
According to a recent ACEA report commercial vehicle registrations dropped 12.4% in 2012 and 23.4% in December in Europe. In December sales of new commercial vehicles continued to fall reaching 125,825 ...
Opel to cut production again by 10 pct in 2013
German carmaker Opel, the European arm of General Motors is planning to cut production in Europe by more than 10 percent in the year that just begun, blaming weak demand ...
Commercial Vehicle Sales in Europe Reached 3-Year Low in November
According to data released by ACEA, new commercial vehicles registrations in Europe have dropped in November to the lowest level in 3 years. According to the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association last ...

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