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THE GLOBAL SMART COATINGS SECTOR BECOMES EVER MORE INNOVATIVE AS IT TARGETS MARKET NICHES



THE GLOBAL smart coatings sector is expected to record a year-on-year average annual gain in revenue of 31.5% over the next five years, with the market projected to reach USD11.68 billion by 2024 – compared to USD 885.5 million in 2015.…

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TRADE-BASED MONEY LAUNDERING TO RISE AS IRAN SEEKS TO EVADE NEW USA SANCTIONS



TRADE-based money laundering (TBML) continues to be a complex typology that is tough for law enforcement to detect and ML regulators to control.

The risk is that with Iran being subject to new USA sanctions, the use of TBML is going to grow in the short term, warn experts.…

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NOX EMISSIONS CONFUSION AFTER COURT ANNULS EU TEST LAW



A EUROPEAN court has demonstrated the challenges faced by European Union (EU) auto-makers in following EU emissions rules. Not only are they complex, but the EU’s complicated decision-making system can open emissions rules to legal challenges if they have been agreed in ways that break the EU’s 478 page Treaty of European Union.…

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EUROPEAN AUTO SECTOR WARNS JOB LOSSES MAY FOLLOW NEW EU CAR AND VAN EMISSIONS REGIME



EUROPEAN automobile industry associations have warned member companies and European Union (EU) governments to face potential auto sector job losses caused by a new EU emissions regulation, now approaching final approval.

This is because compliance will almost certainly require a significant expansion of the European e-vehicle market.…

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VOLVO RUSSIA CFO STRESSES NEED FOR EMPATHY AND FLEXIBILITY TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS



There are two displays in the Moscow office of the CFO of Volvo Car Russia, Vladimir Lagutin, that catches the attention, immediately: a large elegantly-framed poster of UK electronic music band Depeche Mode and a case of tennis balls.

“Those things – music and tennis – keep me from being stressed,” says Lagutin.…

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AUTO INDUSTRY CONTESTS EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT PUSH FOR TOUGH TRUCK EMISSIONS GOALS



THE EUROPEAN car industry has slammed the “excessively aggressive CO2 reduction targets” for new heavy-duty vehicles – trucks and lorries – backed by the European Parliament – the European Union (EU)’s directly-elected legislative body – on November 14 in at the Strasbourg plenary session.…

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CAR MAKERS AND TELECOMS FEAR THE EU MAY ESCHEW TECHNOLOGICAL NEUTRALITY IN UPCOMING LEGISLATION ON CONNECTED CARS



WHEN deciding what new tech to integrate into automotive design, the likely opinion of regulators matters to manufacturers. A key concern for European auto companies is the extent to which the European Union (EU) and its executive the European Commission will encouraging either the use of Wi-Fi or 5G network for the development of connected cars in upcoming legislation.…

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TURKISH CAR SECTOR SUFFERS FROM SOARING INFLATION AND A PLUNGING CURRENCY



THE SEVERE depreciation of the Turkish lira (TRY) this summer has adversely affected the car sector, with domestic sales halving. While the country’s USD31 billion automotive export market has not been so badly impacted, manufacturers’ bottom lines have taken a hit due to the higher cost of importing key raw materials.  …

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AMERICAN AND CHINESE AUTO PARTS MANUFACTURERS HIT IN LATEST TRADE WAR TARIFF EXCHANGE



AMERICAN and Chinese automotive parts exporters could both suffer from the latest tit-for-tat round of protective duties imposed by their governments.

China exporters may have the most to lose if the US tariffs deter American purchases. The US Trade Representative (USTR) confirmed on September 18 that the US America will be imposing 10% tariffs on a wide range of products, also including personal care exports, from China.…

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CARS AND AUTOPARTS MAKERS HOPE EU-MERCOSUR TRADE TALKS WILL BREAK THROUGH



EUROPEAN Union (EU) and Mercosur negotiators went into crucial trade talks in Uruguayan capital Montevideo September 10-14, cheered on by automakers on both sides who want a deal, even though there are tough technical issues to resolve. The round is another bid to smash the deadlock over a future trade pact between the EU and the four founding Mercosur nations – Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. …

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