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SMEs: Better access to finance and boosting entrepreneurship
On the occasion of the fourth meeting of the European SME envoys held in Malta today, European Commission Vice President Antonio Tajani announced a series of new initiatives and planned actions to...
19 Jun 2012 - Read more
EU car CO2 proposals well-tuned: car parts chief
European Commission proposals to enforce tighter CO2 standards for new cars strike the right balance between ambition and cost, the head of European car part suppliers' association said, arguing a...
14 Jun 2012 - Read more
EU-Japan trade talks: MEPs fear for EU car market
MEPs voiced concerns on Wednesday that a free-trade deal in the pipeline with Japan could harm the European car industry. In a resolution adopted by a huge majority they tell the Council to wait f...
14 Jun 2012 - Read more
MEPs stated their views on how the rules should be better designed, not only to improve the management of deficits and debt, but also to foster economic growth, greater accountability and democratic checks
The debate focused mainly on some of Parliament's most innovative draft changes to the Commission's proposals, such as setting up a European Redemption Fund, which would pool a part of the Eurozone'...
13 Jun 2012 - Read more
Vision 2020: Recommendations to help car industry reach new heights
On the occasion of the presentation of the CARS 21 report, the European Commission announced today concrete actions to be taken in reaction to the current economic situation: 1) providing EU financ...
07 Jun 2012 - Read more
Trade – a key driver of growth
On 31 May 2012, EU trade ministers discussed the contribution made by trade policy to economic growth and the creation of jobs in Europe. The Council debate was part of preparations for the Europe...
04 Jun 2012 - Read more
The CLEPA Warranty Working Group establishes Warranty Handling Processes
The CLEPA Warranty WG established a Warranty Handling Processes (WHP) Sub-Commission to develop process descriptions for warranty handling to enable CLEPA members to improve current and future produ...
29 May 2012 - Read more
Gemeinsam unterschiedliche Marktanforderungen bewältigen
Jean-Marc Gales, CEO der Europäischen Vereinigung von Automobilzulieferern CLEPA, erklärt, warum OEMs und Zulieferer die Zukunft gemeinsam bewältigen müssen. Jean-Marc Gales: Die Elektromobilit...
25 May 2012 - Read more
Brazil moves to boost car industry
Brazil has launched a stimulus package worth more than $10bn to revive its struggling automotive industry and help return the stagnating economy to its former impressive levels of growth. Guido Man...
22 May 2012 - Read more
Car lighting as eco innovation!
Clepa’s LightSightSafety Initiative has prepared a paper about innovative technologies in car lighting applications with its power consumption savings (based on average use) vs. current technologi...
16 May 2012 - Read more
Lex Krzyzanowski Chairman Clepa LightSightSafety
For the period 2012-2013 Lex Krzyzanowski is appointed as chairman by LightSightSafety ‘s members. This will be his fourth period leading the Initiative as chairman. During his last years chairm...
16 May 2012 - Read more
Road charging plans must be fair to all drivers
Brussels, 14 May 2012 - The European Commission has today issued guidelines warning that under EU law road charging schemes must not discriminate against foreign drivers. The aim is to assist Memb...
15 May 2012 - Read more
Antonio Tajani: Fostering industrial co-operation with the United States
European Commission Vice President Antonio Tajani, together with European CEOs from all main industrial sectors, is visiting the US today. As part of the new series of "Missions for Growth", the...
11 May 2012 - Read more
Environment: €34.8 million in new funding to bring environmental solutions to market
The European Commission is launching a €34.8 million call for eco-innovation projects. Businesses and entrepreneurs from across Europe can apply for funding to help bring novel environmental pro...
09 May 2012 - Read more
Europe Auto Makers Seek to Revise Korea Trade Deal
European auto makers have begun a lobbying effort aimed at revising a free-trade agreement that has led to a substantial increase in imports of Korean-made vehicles. A new trade agreement between t...
08 May 2012 - Read more
SMEs in the euro zone are struggling to get bank funding
Small and medium sized companies in the euro zone are struggling to get bank funding, with banks increasingly turning down loan applications. The results of a new European Central Bank (ECB) surve...
03 May 2012 - Read more
Brigade Electronics Supports the Quiet Revolution
Brigade Electronics has been awarded the Quiet Mark for its unique white sound reversing alarms (bbs-tek®) which only sound in the immediate danger area, preventing noise nuisance associated with old...
27 Apr 2012 - Read more
MEPs say ‘eCall’ system should be available even if a car has the manufacturer’s system fitted.
All new vehicles should be fitted with a system that automatically calls the emergency services in the event of a collision, according to a report presented today to the European Parliament's tran...
27 Apr 2012 - Read more
Tajani to discuss drivers of growth in Berlin
European Commission Vice President Antonio Tajani will visit Berlin today. In a series of meetings he will call for support for a common and coordinated approach in industrial policy as well as exch...
25 Apr 2012 - Read more
Automakers unveil new models at Beijing show
BEIJING Ford, Toyota and other global automakers are unveiling models designed for Chinese buyers at this week's Beijing auto show as they face tougher competition in the world's biggest auto marke...
23 Apr 2012 - Read more
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