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News // Autos

Toyota To Widen Business

Toyota announced that it increased its staff on 5.9%.
21 March 2003 , 08:593960

Chinese Full Private Automaker To Expand Overseas Sales

Geely Automobiles expands overseas sales of its cheap, locally-made saloon cars...
18 March 2003 , 10:044560

New US Accounting Standards

$1.7bn of Ford exposure to off-balance sheet...
17 March 2003 , 08:373680

Sqabbles At Ford

Ford declined the decision of Nick Scheele to direct all its marketing and advertising needs...
12 March 2003 , 09:064560

Ford Escapes Costs

Ford Motor Co. sells a gasoline-electric hybrid version of the Ford Escape.
06 March 2003 , 08:143840

GM And Shell To Open The First Hydrogen Fuel Pump

General Motors and Shell unveil plans for the first hydrogen fuel pump at a US retail petrol station.
05 March 2003 , 07:574390

Fiat Suffers Significant Losses

Italian industrial conglomerate has announced a 4.26bn euro net loss for 2002.
04 March 2003 , 10:134160

French Toyota Is Better Than The American One

A senior executive at the Japanese carmaker announced that Toyota French employees work harder...
03 March 2003 , 07:233470

Fiat Meets New CEO

Giuseppe Morchio is the fourth chief executive in eight months.
27 February 2003 , 09:494680

Car Makers Raise Their Stockpiles

General Motors and Toyota are raising their stockpiles of car component supplied from Asia and Japan...
25 February 2003 , 09:203210

Ford Strengthens International Wing

Ford Motor Company showed self-evident importance of restoring company...
21 February 2003 , 08:124210

DaimlerChrysler To Rise Its Profit

DaimlerChrysler is ready to announce higher profits but...
21 February 2003 , 07:443380

Volkswagen Showes Falling Profits

Volkswagen announced a 10% fall in profits.
20 February 2003 , 09:413650

U.S. Automakers Against NHTSA

U.S. automakers, led by General Motors Corp., have fired back at a federal proposal to raise fuel...
19 February 2003 , 09:073920

When China Will Grant Carmakers With Liscence

Bureacratic delays in China stand in the way of world biggest carmakers...
18 February 2003 , 06:514590

Indian Government Keeps Back Auto Privatisation

Indian government asks for more time to finalise details for the $167m initial Maruti Udyog...
14 February 2003 , 08:593480

New Car Giant Moves To The US

GM Daewoo Auto & Technology plans to start shipping some...
13 February 2003 , 09:215170

Car Major To Boost Sales

VW aims to make the US its second-largest market after China and prepars to boost...
11 February 2003 , 08:214490

GM To Sell Korean-made Cars In US

South Korean-made Chevrolet car to be sold in North America.
07 February 2003 , 12:104390

Another Major Automaker To Recall Its Vehicles

Volkswagen to recall 850,000 vehicles made during the last 3 years.
06 February 2003 , 11:505470