Global auto sales continue to strengthen in 2017: Scotiabank
Luxury cars and trucks post double-digit advances for February in Canada.
NA leads global heavy truck recovery
Scotiabank reports more surge of more than 70% over the past year.
Auto sales climb 3.4% in February
Trucks grab more market share with sales up more than 5%
Canada’s 2014 auto sales on track for 1.77M units
Scotialbank report says global car sales advance 4% over six months.
Canada lags other top global automotive producers
Scotiabank report shows we’re losing US market share.
New technologies drive rising automotive electronics imports: Scotiabank
Canada on track for vehicle sales of 1.66 million vehicles for 2013.
Global vehicle sales and production surge
Canadian sales on track for 1.69 million units in 2013.
UPDATE: CAW wants to share in automakers’ rising profits
We won’t be overzealous.” — CAW president Ken Lewenza.
CAW focusing on Detroit 3’s profits as contract talks begin
Sacrifices were made, now workers should reap benefits too: Stanford.
Canadian auto sales up 4.7% in July
Automakers boost incentives, Japanese brands rally.
Auto parts industry rebounds: Scotia Economics
Canada’s position as a major auto parts producer is being undermined by the inability of suppliers to make inroads in the Asian and Latin American markets.
Automotive industry driving global rebound
Global vehicle sales continue to strengthen, with North American volumes exceeding an annualized 14 million units since February 2011, says the latest Scotia Economics Global Auto Report.
Automotive rebound leading global growth
Global vehicle production is re-energizing the global economy according to a Scotia Economics report that says vehicle production will continue to strengthen in coming months with North America, Japan and other nations in Asia being the main beneficiaries.
Demand revs up for heavy trucks
The Japanese earthquake and tsunami continue to impact the automobile industry and the global economy, but demand for heavy trucks is driving up production.