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Peugeot-Opel Merger: Implications for Western European Car Market and Industry Production

Peugeot SA has agreed to take over the Opel/Vauxhall brand from General Motors (GM), with the deal valued at EUR2.2 billion. Both companies are in the final stages of negotiations, with GM hinting that the takeover could be wrapped up by 31 July. Euromonitor International discusses key implications that the deal will have on both the Western European new car market and automotive industry. […]
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Autonomous Cars Impact and Disruption on Industries

Euromonitor International has published a new strategy briefing on Autonomous Cars Impact and Disruption on Industries. Car and tech companies are investing in autonomous car technologies. If current technology development prevail, by 2045, 100% of cars on roads globally are expected to be autonomous. This will have significant effect on manufacturers, logistics providers, consumer service industries […]
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Charging Infrastructure Needs to be Improved for Faster Electric Car Adoption

Electric car sales continue to witness double-digit growth rates with more than one million electric cars forecast to be sold in 2017, marking an important tipping point for eco-friendly cars. Improving battery technologies and decreasing electric car prices contribute to expanding electric car sales. However, charging infrastructure remains underdeveloped and needs to be improved in […]
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Kurios Lietuvos pramonės ir paslaugų sritys bus svarbiausios 2025 metais?

Prognozuojama, jog Lietuvos ekonomika 2017-2025 metais išlaikys augimo tempą, o bendra gamybos ir paslaugų sektoriaus vertė 2025 metais sieks atitinkamai 37.7 ir 21.9 milijardo eurų. Gamybos sektoriuje dominuos maisto ir gėrimų pramonė, tačiau jos gamybos augimą lėtins mažėjanti vidaus rinka ir didelė konkurencija eksporto rinkose. Kitos gamybos šakos, tokios kaip inžinerinė pramonė bei baldų ir […]
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Autonomous Vehicles Impact – Motor Vehicles Industry

The first fully autonomous cars are expected to arrive by 2025-2030, although car manufacturers see driverless technologies as essential to their future and are already investing in new systems. However, despite the manufacturers’ enthusiasm, autonomous vehicles could erode private demand for new cars, in turn forcing car producers to look for alternative revenue streams, such as […]
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