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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 by Renault-Nissan’s CEO for the second time, as Ghosn also held the presidency from January 2009 to the following January. According to ACEA, the leadership change is effective immediately, after ...
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Automakers seek delay in EU efforts on emission testing
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
ANFIA Association Sees Auto Sales in 2013 Flat
According to Italian automakers’ association ANFIA, auto sales in Europe will remain flat in 2013. So far this year, auto sales in Western Europe have dropped 7.3% to 10.33 million vehicles, ...

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