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EUROPE: "Autos: Total European Production Remains Stable in October (2014)" report

EUROPE: "Autos: Total European Production Remains Stable in October (2014)" report. 4-page report by BAIRD.

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October,  2016


German automakers focus their might on e-driving
The auto of the future is expected to be electrically driven and run on autopilot. German carmakers especially are turning their financial firepower and technical know-how on a market which is starting to gain traction.To watch video, (...)
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Carmakers look to move research roles to eastern Europe after Brexit vote
Recruitment firms are searching for skilled staff and senior executives to lead R&D teams in Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania.Carmakers are shifting their research centres to eastern Europe following the Brexit vote to lower costs and ma (...)
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37 leading companies join forces in European Automotive-Telecom Alliance
At a Round Table on Connected and Automated Driving initiated and chaired by Günther H. Oettinger, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, the automotive and telecom industries have today formally announced the creation of Europe’s (...)
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France's carmakers look to the future
While Europe's biggest carmaker dominates the headlines, France, host of the Paris Motor Show, is home to the continent's number two and three carmakers - who are in a race with each other and their German rival, VW.The Paris Motor Show i (...)
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Autos: Western European Demand Strengthens in August
Western European (EU15+EFTA) rose 8% yoy in August and is tracking up 2% for the quarter versus our Q3 estimate +4%. Italy and Spain saw the strongest demand, each rising 15-20% yoy in August. UK demand rose 3% in the month and remains stable post-Br (...)
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European Truck Market Solid; UK Sees Weakness
Total European (EU+EFTA) registrations rose 16% in August, benefitting from a shift in selling days from July. Quarter-to-date European demand is up 6%, modestly below our estimate for 8% growth in Q3. Excluding the UK (down 15-20% yoy), European dem (...)
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SAG 25: What are the most significant safety improvements that can be made to trucks?
The 25th Scientific Advisory Group report examines the safety of commercial vehicles, focusing on Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV) mainly used for long-haul and regional deliveries, further referred to here as HGV combinations.In particular, it (...)
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Nissan demands Brexit compensation for new UK investment
Carmaker fears it could face tariffs to export UK-assembled cars to EU markets in the event of a ‘hard Brexit’.The trade association for UK carmakers has backed a warning from the boss of Nissan that Brexit threatens Britain’s vehic (...)
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Turkey cuts growth forecast for 2016 to 3.2 percent
Turkey has cut its growth forecast to 3.2 percent from 4.5 percent. Lower tourism numbers, regional conflict and negative global forces added to post-coup investor unease hit one of the world's fastest growing economies.The forecast cut f (...)
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UK Heading for Hard Brexit, Say European Diplomats
As chief negotiator starts work, dominant view on continent is that Britain will leave EU single market and customs union.European diplomats are increasingly convinced the UK will sever economic ties with the continent when it leaves the (...)
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EU: Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court
The Member States of the European Union are preparing to introduce a new European patent with unitary effect (unitary patent or UP) and a single Unified Patent Court with divisions located throughout Europe. With this package of broad patent reforms, (...)
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Nine ways to circumnavigate the supply chain impacts of Brexit
Although the dust is settling following the immediate aftermath of the UK’s Brexit vote, it is still too early to know the long-term effect, particularly as much of it will depend on the terms that are negotiated. However it is possible to look at (...)
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Op-Ed: Get Ahead of Brexit’s Supply Chain Disruption Before It’s Too Late
Brexit, Britain’s decision to withdraw from the European Union (EU), is likely to cause one of the most significant disruptions to the supply chain industry in recent history.And this particular disruption is unprecedented in many ways. (...)
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Post-Brexit opportunities arise in Central and Eastern Europe
For bond investors with a global perspective and the flexibility to invest across all markets, opportunities can arise at unexpected times and in surprising places. It is, therefore, essential to be vigilant enough to spot these opportunities and agi (...)
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Britain Sees Manufacturing Surge after Brexit
British factories had their strongest month in more than two years in September, a survey showed, raising doubts about whether the central bank and finance ministry will announce more stimulus measures to offset the economic hit of the Brexit vote. (...)
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European industrial 3D printing in its infancy and needs extensive collaboration, new EU report says
The industrial 3D printing revolution is often talked about, especially as something that is going to be huge in the near future. And the numbers certainly don’t lie; Gartner polls have shown that 65 percent of supply chain professionals intend to (...)
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The new German-Japanese double tax agreement
For the thousands of Japanese companies in Germany, and for future investors, the new double tax agreement will bring significant advantages.Germany is one of the most attractive locations for the direct foreign investment of Japanese com (...)
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EU VAT Compliance & Savings Guide
There are currently 28 Member States within the EU; all are required to comply with the EC Directive, which establishes a basic framework for VAT across the EU, but local tax authorities have flexibility on several areas, including:- Stan (...)
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UK manufacturing growth 'best for two years'
The UK's manufacturing sector surged in September, growing at its fastest level since June 2014, a closely watched survey has indicated.The Markit/CIPS purchasing managers' index (PMI) for the sector rose to 55.4 in September from 53.4 in (...)
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Russia: Changes to labor code come into effect 3 October 2016
On 3 October 2016, changes to the Russian Labor Code will come into force as follows:- A provision that a salary payment date (which must be no later than 15 calendar days after the final day of the period for which salary is accrued) mus (...)
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Netherlands: Cross-border work
OverviewNew legislation came into force on 18 June 2016 to implement both the Posted Workers Directive and the supplemental Enforcement Directive.ContentsThe legislation applies to companies from othe (...)
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France: Supreme Court decides that judges may suspend an employer's reorganization project
OverviewIn two decisions given on the same day, the French Supreme Court has clarified the extent to which a  judge can suspend an employer's reorganization project and the limits on the extension of the central works council's co (...)
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Transfer pricing is the subject of growing interest of the Polish tax authorities
On 18 August 2016 the Ministry of Finance has published another press release, indicating actions that the tax authorities will take in order to reduce tax frauds and to close loopholes in the tax collection system.According to the press (...)
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UK boards lag behind US counterparts when it comes to sector diversity
UK boards lag behind their US counterparts when it comes to professional and sector diversity, according to new research undertaken by Oxford Brookes University’s Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice commissioned by the 30% Club Higher (...)
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Majority of Irish CEOs believe next three years will be more critical than the previous fifty
'Now or Never’, KPMG’s Irish CEO Outlook for 2016 investigates the strategic dilemmas Irish CEOs are grappling with, and how they plan to respond.- Over half more confident about future for own business than wider economy.- More (...)
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Romania: Unilateral suspension of an individual employment agreement breaches Romanian Constitution
OverviewOn 5 May 2016, the Romanian Constitutional Court ruled that the provisions of the Romanian Labor Code which allow an employer to unilaterally suspend an employee's Individual Employment Agreement (IEA) during a disciplinary (...)
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Forging ahead: UK-ASEAN business after Brexit
Hard Brexit’ or ‘Soft Brexit’We have known for a while that ‘Brexit means Brexit’, but what are the chances the UK will get the Brexit it wants? Taking into account the UK’s current position in Europe, existing previous (...)
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Eurozone inflation picking up at last
Consumer prices in the euro currency area have begun rising more significantly, hitting a near two-year high in September and offering some hope that central bank monetary stimulus might eventually fuel economic growth.The European statis (...)
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Eurozone inflation picking up at last
Consumer prices in the euro currency area have begun rising more significantly, hitting a near two-year high in September and offering some hope that central bank monetary stimulus might eventually fuel economic growth.The European statis (...)
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Italy, the sick man of Europe?
Nearly half of Italy's population wants to leave the EU, the country's economy is among the worst in the eurozone. Can the government solve this? Sandro Gozi, European Affairs Minister, is on Conflict Zone this week."We need to relau (...)
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Italy, the sick man of Europe?
Nearly half of Italy's population wants to leave the EU, the country's economy is among the worst in the eurozone. Can the government solve this? Sandro Gozi, European Affairs Minister, is on Conflict Zone this week."We need to relau (...)
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Bird's Eye View: Comparing Chinese Investment into North America and Europe
Chinese investors poured a record USD40 billion into Europe and North America in 2015, spending USD29 billion, or 73% of the total, in just four industries across the two regions: real estate and hospitality; automotive; financial and business servic (...)
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Romania, highest increase in cost of labor among EU states
The hourly cost of labor in Romania rose by 12% in the second quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2015, according to EU’s statistics office Eurostat.It registered the highest growth rate among the EU member states. By com (...)
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Romania, highest increase in cost of labor among EU states
The hourly cost of labor in Romania rose by 12% in the second quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2015, according to EU’s statistics office Eurostat.It registered the highest growth rate among the EU member states. By com (...)
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France: Calculation of severance pay
OverviewTwo decisions of the French Court of Cassation have considered the impact of variable remuneration when calculating legal severance pay.ContentsAccording to two decisions of the French Court o (...)
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