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Technology, Changing Attitudes, Could Devastate Auto Industry

“The world’s $20 trillion car fleet achieves only four per cent use, leaving 8.4 trillion hours a year not used. What a waste!!!.” The book business, not to mention newspapers, have been shellacked by new technology, and automobile manufacturers might be the next industry ripe for attack. When the global automotive industry gathers in Paris […]

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Tighter E.U. CO2 Rules Will Cost Industry €12 billion

Germany Wins “Supercredits” Increase, Delay. VW Faces Biggest Challenge. Environmentalists heaped derision on the E.U. agreement to tighten cars’ carbon dioxide emissions, but investors pointed out that despite the delay in reaching the 95 g/km target and the implementation of “supercredits”, the industry will have to spend a total of €12 billion to comply. The […]

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E.U. Truck Problem, Car CO2 Weakness Could Cost Daimler

Audi CO2 Performance Said To Beat Equivalent Mercedes “Truck Engine Changeover Like Changing All Cars At Once” Daimler reported huge profits for 2010, and investors were convinced that 2011 would be even better as pronouncements from the corporate leadership left the impression that everything in the garden was lovely. The only complaint was that Daimler’s […]

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E.U. Should Delay, Dilute Swingeing CO2 Rules

Regulations Were Based On Climate Science Now Shown To Be Rotten Europe’s Car Makers Already Produced Fantastically Frugal Cars CO2 Rules Will Raise Costs For Public, Eliminate Profits For Makers  In a sane world, European governments would be scrambling to rescind tight regulation and extortionate taxation introduced in the name of saving the planet from […]

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