Hamleys opens new toy store in Moscow

Expansion strategy will see overseas revenue overtake UK sales

US carmakers fight for buyers as sales fall

New York auto show offers array of premium product launches

Daimler set to extend chief’s contract

Dieter Zetsche to stay at German carmaker until 2019

GM aims to accelerate light truck sales

GMC brand targets 5% of US auto market within a decade

This picture shows the traditional Chinese gate. This tye of gates, were frequently used at royal palaces and the garden of rich persons. Photo taken on: February 03rd, 2009

The door to China’s riches remains locked

Eager investors kept waiting in the courtyard of key sectors

Honda’s Swindon plant wins £200m boost

Struggling factory to become sole producer of updated Civic model

McLaren 570S

McLaren launches cheapest car yet

UK group to unveil 570S Coupé as sales hopes pinned on range

Ford to revive the Lincoln Continental

Carmaker seeks to sharpen competitive edge against German rivals

Volvo to build new $500m US factory

Carmaker seeks to reverse sales decline in North America

Li Shufu, chairman of Geely
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Geely chairman attacks China car strategy

Chinese manufacturers handed ‘sugar-coated bomb’

ChemChina toasts marriage to Pirelli

Ren hopes to boost Italian group’s industrial tyres arm in China

China industrialist criticises US over visas

Pirelli’s new controlling shareholder missing out on deals

Toyota boss gets personal in investor talk

Carmaker seeks to close gap with consumers as it revs up growth drive

Peugeot and Mitsubishi halt Russia output

Some models will not be made for three months as 100 jobs are cut

Industrialist at Pirelli turns dealmaker

Italian corporate scion guides tyremaker into Chinese ownership

Black cab makers hail next generation

Taxi will be electric, made of aluminium and built in Coventry

Regulators crack down on auto loan abuse

Industry accused of false advertising, fraud and hidden fees

JLR invests £400m in Midlands car plant

Taxi maker Geely also confirms £250m expansion

Tata Motors confirms $1bn rights issue

Fundraising aims to jump-start lossmaking Indian car business

Danger of power-wielding investors on show

Proposals have logic but may not seem fair to all

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