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Opinion - Page 58

 
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    So, the baby we have been expecting for so long has finally been delivered into our world.

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    Whether a car scrappage scheme will come to light in the UK or not is yet to be seen. But some European countries have already introduced this initiative to boost sales through the recession.

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    It seems some online motoring media got caught out on April 1 with the array of April Fool’s jokes that some manufacturers put out.

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    We spotted this blog by New York Times columnist David Brooks and it adds an interesting perspective on what GM is going through, or has been going through for the last 30 years.

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    The top story on both BBC News and Telegraph websites today is about UK car production being down 60% in February compared to the same month last year.

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    The Treasury, it's really not warming to proposals for a scrappage scheme in this country. In fact, it is giving off about as much warmth as a curry left over from the night before, left outside in a blizzard in Siberia.

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    As I approached the day I was to become editor of AM, I was particularly conscious of the need to gauge the feeling of the industry which I was going to spend the foreseeable future communicating and interacting with.

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    Any UK Government plans to help the British automotive sector must focus on manufacturing and not retailing, believes Prof. Rhys who says it could be 2013 before full recovery is attained and added, "nurturing of the UK auto sector in these conditions becomes an economic imperative."

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    All the manufacturers have a heavy focus with R&D on green technologies right now and there has been some great, and more importantly practical outcomes because of it.

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    I’ve joined – if the national media is to be believed – a niche group: I’ve just bought a car. Admittedly not a new one; it’s an 18-month-old 07-plate Fiat Grande Punto.