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MOROCCO. Renault sees results from its investments in SOMACA (Societe Marocaine de Construction Automobile).
INTERNATIONAL. New technologies such as auto parking software and hybrid electric vehicles go under the microscope at Frankfurt International Motor Show.
UAE. The Auto Parts Re-export Show highlights issues of the parallel trade.
TUNISIA. Exports of auto parts almost doubled in 2004 as the number of Tunisian-foreign joint ventures in the industry rises to over 100.
UAE. Car rental firms respond to shift in the Dubai tourism market by offering greater choice of smaller, cheaper cars.
IRAN. A boost for the 800 active auto part producers in Iran, as Peugeot joins in the New Paykan, and Renault-Nissan with the L-90.
UAE. Nissan Middle East has achieved an automotive world-first by launching a dedicated on-line media channel providing a broadcast news service.
UAE. Auto Emirates responds to rising demand for used cars with a new section on its website and plans for a pre-owned car dealership.
IRAQ. Fuel shortages and car ownership are rising rapidly as Iraqis import more vehicles, an opportunity previously denied them. Meanwhile Industry Minister Dr Hajim Al-Hassani has called for revival of contracts with GM and others for car plants.
INTERNATIONAL. Our automotive page sponsor CIP Development has announced an industry seminar for the Middle East from 24-26 January 2006.
UAE. BMW Group Middle East today denied a newspaper report issued by Khaleej Times claiming that it is considering relocating some of its operations from Dubai elsewhere in the region.
IRAN. The auto market has exploded as more than 15,000 luxury cars costing up to US$145,000 have been imported into Iran since March, despite still high taxes.
UAE. BMW Group Middle East announces two major enhancements to its innovative BMW ConnectedDrive concept in the UAE.
UAE. Over 85,000 visitors are expected at the Dubai Motor Show next month.
UAE. The new Ferrari Concept, themed around an exclusive brand experience, with hotels, simulators, residential and hospitality elements, will open in Abu Dhabi in 2008.
INTERNATIONAL. Bosch supplies numerous components for the Mercedes-Benz R, S, M, A, B and now the new R-Class.