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Ghosn wants his alliance to catch up to biggest rivals


Carlos Ghosn, the chief executive of French-Japanese Renault-Nissan alliance intends to boost profitability and grow sales across all regions, allowing them to enter the top three global automakers. The automotive alliance has high ambitions, exposed by the CEO at the latest shareholder annual meeting, when he expressed that his objective is to "install Renault-Nissan as one of the top three global ...
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Record sales for Bentley in 2013 – up 19 percent compared to 2012
British carmaker Bentley Motors on Wednesday said it sold 10,120 cars new luxury vehicles in 2013 – up 19 percent compared to 2012. Bentley, a brand of Volkswagen Group said 2013 ...
Volkswagen brand car sales fell 0.5% in July because of Europe
Volkswagen Ag, Europe’s largest carmaker on Tuesday announced that global sales of its core passenger-car brand fell 0.5 percent in July to 466,100 vehicles on weak demand in Western Europe. Western ...
JLR global sales up but parent Tata Motors announce 23 percent decline in quarterly profit
British premium carmaker Jaguar Land Rover on Wednesday said its global sales rose 10 percent in the three months ended June, but not enough to help parent Tata Motors from ...
Volvo Car Group posts 14% retail sales growth for July, mainly due to rising numbers in China and Europe
For the month of July, Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) has reported selling 33,650 cars, which is a healthy increase of 14% over the same month of 2012. China is ...
Honda maintains global forecast of selling 4.43 million vehicles
Honda, Japan's third-largest automobile manufacturer announced today that will keep its forecast of selling 4.43 million for the year ending in March 2014 (the full fiscal year), although it tweaked ...
Toyota plans to produce more than 10 million vehicles this year
Toyota Motor Corp. the largest carmaker in the world plans to build more than 10 million vehicles this year boosted by a weaker yen and strong demand for hybrids in ...
Nissan to Sell Globally Vehicles With Chinese Design
Nissan plans to sell globally vehicles based on the Chinese customer’s preferences. The fact that Nissan relies on the influence of the Chinese design in its vehicles, shows the country's importance ...
GM’s Global Sales During First Half Up 4% on China and US Growth
In the first half of the year GM’s global sales increased almost 4%, thanks to increased demand in China and the US. GM, the no.1 US automaker, managed to sell more ...
Skoda Global Sales During First Half Down 6%
During the first half of the years Skoda’s sales worldwide dropped 6% to 464,600 units, as VW was affected by low demand in Europe. From January to June sales dropped in ...

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