Archive for January 8th, 2012

Auto industry, UA and rebuilding efforts expected to drive economy – Tuscaloosa News

Auto industry, UA and rebuilding efforts expected to drive economy
Tuscaloosa News
Speakers: Ahmad Ijaz, the center's director of economic forecasting, and Carolyn Trent, a socioeconomic analyst, will give the state forecast for 2012 and review of the state's metro areas. Samuel Addy, associate dean for research and outreach at UA's

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Mass. companies with customers in the auto industry – The Boston Globe

Mass. companies with customers in the auto industry
The Boston Globe
Automobile companies use its portfolio of product life-cycle management software products to design automobiles, coordinate global manufacturing, track changes, and inform service technicians. Dassault Systemes: France's largest software company makes

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Global auto makers like GM, Maruti Suzuki stumble in India’s policy fog – Economic Times

Global auto makers like GM, Maruti Suzuki stumble in India's policy fog
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: Global auto makers which have rushed to set up factories in India to feed local demand admit they have been tripped up in the last 12 months by the country's unpredictable policy-making. After a stellar 2010-2011, when car sales grew 31

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China Communist Party bureaucrats like their cars high end – Los Angeles Times


Los Angeles Times
China Communist Party bureaucrats like their cars high end
Los Angeles Times
BMW 5 Series police cars are shown off at a delivery in Shanghai, China, in March 2010, in time for use during the World Expo. (Cao Zichen, ImagineChina / March 30, 2010) By Barbara Demick Chinese officials love their cars — big, fancy, expensive cars

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Smallest, cheapest car not catching on – Vancouver Sun


India Today
Smallest, cheapest car not catching on
Vancouver Sun
Unable to afford a big vehicle to haul crops and fertilizer and unwilling to justify paying two or three times the price for a higher-end car given his limited usage, Pisal was sold on the Nano's cost, fuel efficiency and extended warranty.
Tata to Undo 'Stigma' on Nano With Upgrades to Boost SalesBusinessWeek
Indian Automakers Look to Turn Around Slowing MarketVoice of America
India's Tata Motors keen to expand operations in MyanmarReuters
India Today –MSN India
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