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SMMT Plunges Into Hot E.U. Political Argument

  SMMT Plunges Into Hot E.U. Political Argument. “For Americans, it would be like waking up one morning to find NAFTA’s Mexico and Canada had a veto over the U.S. Congress”. If the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, which includes domestic and foreign car makers, decided to support Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump’s candidacy for President […]

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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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Ford Europe’s Odell Says E.U. Policy Could Undermine Industry

Korean Trade Deal One-Sided, Damaging. Delay Japanese Talks Overcapacity Remains Unreformed, Forcing Unsustainable Price War E.U. Transport White Paper “Unrealistic”, “One-sided” COLOGNE, Germany – Unnecessary and anti-car regulation from the European Union will stifle future vehicle use, discourage important research and development and increase unemployment in the industry, Ford of Europe Chairman and CEO Stephen […]

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