Audi’s labor boss has called on the automaker’s top management to build more electric models in Germany and extend a job guarantee for workers in its home market beyond 2018.
Global debut of the new large SUV by ŠKODA: followed by a spectacular show set in the Berlin power plant the new ŠKODA KODIAQ rolled into the spotlight last week.
Following intensive discussions, Dr. Bernd Bohr and Heinz Hermann Thiele have agreed that Dr. Bohr will resign his seat on the Supervisory Board of Knorr-Bremse AG effective July 4, 2016 and thus also step down as Chairman of this body.
BMW plans to appoint new finance and purchasing chiefs as CEO Harald Krueger builds a younger management team to lead the automaker into the future, a German business magazine reported.
Volkswagen Group has a chance to post solid growth in its operating business this year even as it grapples with its emissions-cheating scandal and a strategic repositioning, CEO Matthias Mueller said.
Volkswagen plans to cut about 3,000 office jobs in Germany by the end of 2017 as the company strives to offset the cost of its emissions test-rigging scandal, two sources at the company said.
RETRO CLASSICS© 2016, Europe’s greatest classic car exhibition, will attract exhibitors and visitors from all over the world with extraordinary vehicles, a unique ambience and a huge vehicle sales exchange.
Germany’s auto market will shake off Volkswagen’s emissions scandal to grow 4 percent this year and will expand slightly further in 2016, the VDA industry association said.
PSA/Peugeot-Citroen must urgently improve its position in Germany, where it lags peers because it is failing to convince customers of the value and attractiveness of its cars, CEO Carlos Tavares told a German magazine.
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