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CLEPA Position Paper on CO2 Standards for Heavy Duty Vehicles
Executive Summary Europe should maintain its leading position in reducing CO2 emissions from Heavy-Duty Vehicles as European trucks are currently amongst the most efficient ones in the world with...
11 Sep 2017 - Read more
NEW: CLEPA corporate member catalogue
CLEPA’s first corporate member's catalogue provides a comprehensive overview of CLEPA’s corporate members and gives you a short overview of each one. A typical vehicle consists of up to 30.000 par...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
CLEPA position paper on the Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) and Review of the General Safety Regulation
CLEPA supports considerations to further implement the Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems technical requirements, enabling a robust increase of vehicle safety in real world driving conditions and an eff...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
News from the CLEPA General Assembly 2017
CLEPA re-elected Roberto Vavassori as President and confirmed future priorities.   On Friday, June 30th, CLEPA members highlighted during their Annual General Assembly in Rome, digitalisati...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
EU countries implement new procedure improving measurement of vehicle fuel consumption and emissions
As of 1 September 2017, consumers in Europe will benefit from more accurate information on vehicle fuel consumption and emissions thanks to the entry into force of a new standard testing procedure (th...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
European Commission open consultation on Vehicle General Safety Regulation
Road safety in the EU has improved significantly over the past decade thanks to strong and effective action taken at EU, national and at a local level. However in the light of recent analyses and tech...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
Europe leading the patent race on autonomous driving
The Cologne Institute for Economic Research reported that two European automotive are leading the global race towards autonomous driving. In a short paper, the Institute collated the patents on automa...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
WTO rules Brazil is discriminating against EU automotive, ICT and electronic products
The WTO handed a full victory to the EU in its challenge against Brazil's wide-ranging import-substitution and export-performance subsidies. Brazil is an important trade partner for the EU. Since mid-...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
Fitness check of the EU Ambient Air Quality Directives
The European Commission Directorate General for Environment has published a paper on air quality in the European Union. Air quality in the European Union has improved over the past decades, as emissio...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
What does the future of work hold in store for the auto industry?
The International Labor Organization(ILO) has published a report entitled; What does the future of work hold in store for the automotive industry? The automotive industry is a sector of prime importan...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
Impact of industrial espionage and the theft of trade secrets
DG GROW has published a report on the Impact of industrial espionage and the theft of trade secrets through cyber.  The study also examined whether the issue is considered to be a real problem by rel...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
Brazil in push to bring EU-Mercosur deal to conclusion
Leaders of the EU and Mercosur have called for a rapid conclusion of their negotiations on a free trade agreement, some as early as this year. The negotiations will advance substantively on market acc...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
New and improved car emissions tests become mandatory on 1 September
As of 1 September 2017, new car models will have to pass new and more reliable emissions tests in real driving conditions ("Real Driving Emissions" – RDE) as well as an improved laboratory test ("Wo...
07 Sep 2017 - Read more
Public support measures for connected and automated driving
The European Commission has published a report on public support measures for connected and automated driving. The study explores and analyses the existing and planned public support and regulatory me...
12 Jul 2017 - Read more
Automotive Aftermarket: McKinsey study confirms growth of 3% p.a.
 - but the repair and maintenance market will change substantially.   A new independent study on the automotive aftermarket business published by Mc Kinsey expects the market to grow globa...
10 Jul 2017 - Read more
EU and Canada agree on date for Trade Agreement.
EU and Canada agree to set a date for the provisional application of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. Statement by Mr Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission and Mr Ju...
10 Jul 2017 - Read more
Mariya Gabriel appointed digital commissioner
On 7 July 2017, the Council, by common accord with the President of the Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, appointed Mariya Gabriel as the new commissioner for digital economy and society. The appointme...
07 Jul 2017 - Read more
President Juncker at the G20 in Hamburg: warns against protectionism
President Jean-Claude  Juncker  and Commissioner Pierre  Moscovici are attending the G20 Summit in Hamburg today and tomorrow. Under the German G20 Presidency, the G20 nations will be meeting under...
07 Jul 2017 - Read more
EU-third country cooperation on policies within the ITRE domain in relation to Brexit
The study; EU-third country cooperation on policies within the ITRE domain in relation to Brexit, was prepared at the request of the European Parliament’s Committee on Industry, Research and Energy...
07 Jul 2017 - Read more
WTO, IMF, World Bank urge G-20 leaders to act on trade
The leaders of the World Trade Organization, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank urged G-20 leaders today to reinvigorate trade by reducing trade barriers and curbing trade-distorting s...
07 Jul 2017 - Read more
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