ANE's August e-magazine goes live Monday
The most recent issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly e magazine goes live on Monday, August 3.
This month's version emphasizes Europe's first half revenue victor and looks at whether Greece's fiscal disaster will impede the area's more powerful-than-anticipate recovery.
We also have one on one interviews with leading executives that are shaping the sector in Europe and Russian Federation:
Bo Andersson, Chief Executive Officer of AvtoVAZ, Russia's biggest automaker, foresees a huge sales upsurge from essential Lada introductions
Fiat brand leader Oliver Francois discusses the way in which the marque will revive its European compact line
BMW Team board member Peter Schwarzenbauer describes his strategies for Mini
Citroen CEO Linda Jackson claims the far-out Cactus is altering the business name.
We release a special study that emphasizes how Europe's mini-car section is placed to emerge from its recession.
On the merchandise side, we look at some fascinating introductions at next month's Frankfurt auto-show and begin a fresh image feature that showcases vital future versions.
In our Joined Auto segment Ford of Europe's Chief Technologist for Electrical Engineering, Christof Kellerwessel, describes the way the automaker will counter Google and Apple's developing curiosity in the automotive industry.
Robert Bosch prospects our yearly listing of the best 50 providers in Europe, with Continental in second-place and Magna Global at No. 3.
Sales of the VW Polo and Peugeot 208 assisted to elevate their manufacturers in Jun. and the 1st half, according to our record of European revenue by version. Our other car revenue webpages reveal the Turkish industry was up 43% in June while Russian Federation dropped 30 percent.
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