Saab production in Trollh�tan

Why the corona virus can paralyze the auto industry

The Chinese Hubei province is infected by the corona virus. People stay at home, factories are closed. The focus is on many human tragedies and the fight against the virus. But the background is also about economic problems, because the outbreak of the disease

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Auto industry - is the perfect storm moving? Photo: Ute Kolla-Bliesener

Automotive industry. The perfect storm is catching up.

After seemingly endless years of success, a violent storm is gathering over the German car industry. It could be a perfect storm because the reasons are not just homemade. Something is brewing in Germany, and a key industry is showing

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VW ID3 Photo: Friso Gentsch / Volkswagen

Auto industry. The change is accelerating.

A new definition of mobility and alternative forms of propulsion. Digitization and revolution in manufacturing. Everything announced and by no means far away. On the contrary, we are already in the middle of it, and the upheaval is accelerating more and more. An example of how fundamental the upheavals can be

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The medial state of the auto industry

Automobile monoculture is never good

Scandals shake the foundations of the German auto industry. First Dieselgate, now alleged antitrust violations. The horror never ends, and one of our country's key industries is at a crossroads. But it started many years ago.

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Saab comes back. Image: Saab Automobile AB

Auto industry. Saab comes back.

The most exciting news of the last few days was probably an interview by Saab AB CEO Håkan Buske with Svenska Dagbladet. It's about nothing less than Saab's return to the auto industry. Saab is coming back in 2017 with a new company.

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