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Tag Archives: Brexit
If the deal goes through, it would mean GM’s presence in Europe would be limited to niche sales of Cadillac, and Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette models – all of them exports. PSA is the third largest automaker in Europe behind Renault. Volkswagen Group leads in Europe PSA Group’s sales were 1,930,000 vehicles and increased by 3.6% in 2016. In 2016, global sales increased by 5.8%, to 3,146,000 units. Continue reading
How this works out under Brexit rains to be seen. The importance of the UK market varies substantially for different automakers. Jaguar Land Rover, Honda and Ford have “strong exposure to risks,” says LMC. Continue reading
The combined volume of the groups could exceed current second-placed Renault-Nissan but would still be well short of market leader VW group. Continue reading
One in three cars built in the UK is a Nissan, but following the Brexit dustup (Brexit Automaker Winners, Losers – Predictable and Surprising, ‘Bloody Hell,’ What Does Brexit do to Automakers?), it’s not clear Nissan will stay in the UK. Continue reading
While GM execs have been trying to talk up the stock price, the trading record is much less optimistic. The range of share prices peaked at more than $40 per share in December of 2013, but has been languishing in the $35 range recently. Continue reading
Our business continued to perform well in the third quarter, producing another quarter of record results despite the translation effects from foreign currency headwinds,” said Penske Automotive Group Chairman Roger S. Penske. Continue reading
To state the obvious, new investment in the UK – expansion of current manufacturing or new capacity – for manufacturers with viable alternatives in the EU appears unlikely until the current uncertainty diminishes. This economic chaos could last for years. Continue reading