Toronto Star OTTAWA—Conservative Leader Stephen Harper promised long-term funding to help the auto industry adjust to the newly-signed Pacific Rim trade deal and said automakers would have been worse off if Canada had not signed the 12-nation pact. CBC.ca Huffington Post Canada New York Times
International Business Times The new Renault Sport RS. 01 is shown on display at IAA Frankfurt Auto Show, Sept. 16, 2015, in Frankfurt, Germany. Renault is just one of several large French automobile manufacturers whose huge stake in diesel is threatened by the Volkswagen ... Daily Sabah
Worldcrunch MUNICH — As the Volkswagen scandal continues to unfold, you can either look behind or look ahead. How has this historic German auto giant with 12 brands and 600,000 employees worldwide found itself spiraling downward in a bottomless pit since ... International Business Times Center for Research on Globalization Triple Pundit (registration) (blog) -
New York Times Long before Volkswagen admitted to cheating on emissions tests for millions of cars worldwide, the automobile industry, Volkswagen included, had a well-known record of sidestepping regulation and even duping regulators. For decades, car companies ... International Business Times Wall Street Journal New Zealand Herald
Zacks.com Falling sales in China and recall-related headwinds are two big challenges to the auto industry at present. Since automakers were banking on growth prospects in Asia, a downturn in China will have a major impact on global sales. Moreover, the massive ...
Bloomberg Volkswagen AG compromised consumer trust in the auto industry by equipping its diesel engines with software that cheated emissions tests, the chairman of Japan's car manufacturers' trade group said. “This one company's deeds has damaged trust in the ... INAUTONEWS
The Globe and Mail (subscription) Japan-based auto makers have been lobbying for more than two decades for the elimination of Canada's tariff on vehicles imported from outside North America. They finally got their wish Monday. The 6.1-per-cent levy will be phased out over five years if ... Wall Street Journal CBC.ca Automotive News - -