Stellantis will build a large volume van for Toyota in 2024

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Mobilians invite women to spread their wings in the automotive sector

From the beginning of our conversation, Mobilians General Representative Javier Horrant stated: “The automobile sector [pour automobile et mobilité] It will be feminine. “She explained to us.

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Paolo Romano has taken over the new general management of Stellantis & U Italy

Stalantis & U, Sales & Services brings its northern and southern affiliates in Italy under the same management, which is entrusted to Paolo Romano, who is also a member of the Stelantis & U Steering Committee.

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European Union: Russian oil embargo will provide concessions for the pipeline

(Reuters) – European Union heads of state and government on Monday agreed in principle that the sixth package of EU sanctions against Russia for its military invasion of Ukraine should include a ban on Russian oil, including a temporary exemption for pipeline imports.

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Renault engine failure: One thousand drivers threatened to sue the group

(AFP) – One thousand Renault car owners who have suffered breakdowns have issued an ultimatum to manufacturers threatening to take joint legal action if they fail to reach a amicable settlement before June 5, their lawyer said Wednesday, confirming an information Parisian.

Manufacturers

After two fires, Bolor wants to repair his electric buses

(AFP) – The cause of a fire on two Bluebus (Bollore) electric buses in Paris in April has been identified “most likely”, which could lead to a series of defective series, the group’s CEO, Cyril, said on Wednesday. Bollore.

Manufacturers

Changes in the Board of Directors of Mercedes-Benz Bank

Mercedes-Benz Bank has announced the appointment of two new directors to its board of directors: Tobias Degen, the successor to Mark Voss-Stadler, and Christina Schenk, the new chief risk officer of Mercedes-Benz Bank until June 1, 2022. From July 1, 2022.

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F1 has left Monaco, is it goodbye or just goodbye?

(Reuters) – Formula 1 packs up without any assurances to return next year after the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday, the race is only held every year in the Kingdom talks, or not at all.

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Volkswagen CEO Xinjiang has defended the business, Handelsblatt said

(Reuters) – Volkswagen plans to continue operations despite reports of human rights abuses at its plant in China’s Xinjiang region, CEO Handelblatt said in a statement published Monday.

Manufacturers

In Israel, artificial intelligence to end traffic jams

(AFP) – Monster traffic jams are the daily life of Israelis, whose country is considered the worst in the region, but artificial intelligence and its algorithms can help deal with the phenomenon, according to an Israeli high-tech company.

Market

CO2 Regulation: Amendments imposed by T&E 7

Next week the MEPs will vote in a plenary session on their position on future CO2 control for cars and vans. In an open letter published yesterday and signed by 51 NGOs, the Transport and Environment Association is pushing for a mandatory mandatory reduction of CO2 emissions in 2027 and the removal of Zlev and mass bonuses.

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Xinjiang, CEO of Volkswagen, has defended the business, Handelsblatt said

(Reuters) – Volkswagen plans to continue operations despite reports of human rights abuses at its plant in China’s Xinjiang region, CEO Handelblatt said in a statement published Monday.

05/31/2022

After two fires, Bolor wants to repair his electric buses

(AFP) – The cause of a fire on two Bluebus (Bollore) electric buses in Paris in April has been identified “most likely”, which could lead to a series of defective series, the group’s CEO, Cyril, said on Wednesday. Bollore.

05/31/2022

Renault engine failure: One thousand drivers threatened to sue the group

(AFP) – One thousand Renault car owners who have suffered breakdowns have issued an ultimatum to manufacturers threatening to take joint legal action if they fail to reach a amicable settlement before June 5, their lawyer said Wednesday, confirming an information Parisian.

05/31/2022

Several partners are interested in Renault’s thermal properties

(Reuters) – Renault has received several partnership requests for a future thermal engine entity that it wants to build alongside an entity dedicated to electricity and software, and in which it can hold only 40%, multiple sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

05/30/2022

A company near Toyota bought Uras (renewable energy) for 1.4 billion euros

(AFP) – Japanese trading house Toyota Susho, of which Toyota is the largest shareholder, announced on Thursday that it would pay 185 billion yen (1.4 billion euros) to buy a Japanese company Uras from a fully active renewable energy worldwide.

05/30/2022

Russia: 5,500 employees of Kamaz truck producers work part-time

(AFP) – More than 5,000 employees of Russian truck producer Kamaz have been fired for lack of material from Western sanctions against Moscow for attacking Ukraine.

05/30/2022

Toyota has again cut its June production plan

(Reuters) – Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp. on Friday revised its global production plan for June for the second time this week, slashing its planned production from about 50,000 vehicles to 800,000, a decision justified by the relaunch and control of the coronavirus in Shanghai.

05/30/2022

Volkswagen has received the green light from European regulators to acquire Europe

(Reuters) – European competition authorities have unconditionally approved a bid from a consortium led by Volkswagen to buy car rental company Europe, German carmaker Reuters reported on Wednesday, confirming information from Reuters last week.

05/30/2022

F1: In the face of inflation, divide the budget ceiling

(AFP) – Do we have to increase it or stay still? Faced with rising costs, several Formula 1 teams now want to see an increase in the spending limit imposed on them, a choice that is not suitable for a full paddock.

05/30/2022

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