Car industry may emerge stronger than before, mad BBC news ?
The awful truth, a blues brothers car report:
"Where is the Cadillac ? I changed him for a microphone"
"Fix the cigarette lighter ! no way, we belong now to a hedge fund, they set already everything under fire. A whole economy blown up. " ..."Well done, let's go to work"
Car industry our economy motor for 2050 ?
Car industry, the old industry motor, will downturn with leading flagship Toyota's numbers going down finally too. It's lost money to invest a dime in this outdated industry. No petrol, no cars. Think 2050.
Supporting a horse carriage company or Tin lizzy Ford ?
Or would we have supported the old horse carriage when Henry Ford arrived with Tin Lizzy ? The new players for electric hybrid hydrogen cars are Middle class companies jumpstarting around the planet. China Europe India, who wants to bring down the new middle class entrepreneurs, the old fashioned car industry.
Car industry killed and silenced clean Inventors
They killed professional every inventor for clean cars, ruined him financially with their secret service agents launching false finance supports to ground the Innovation. How many inventors have been killed in so called car accidents, should have a look to it.
Monster car industry asking for $100bn government grants
Now this monster industry asks governments in USA and Europe for total $ 100 bn grants to survive. Are we crazy to support the top polluter gang of this planet? Yes we are, because they explain us we will not survive without them. You believe it? Jesus christ !
BBC glorifies car industry, the UK not even having one anymore
If we all vote for disaster to continue, we are the majority and it will not happen ?
Manufacturing plants are closing, production is being cut back, jobs are being axed and car company share prices are tumbling as a consequence.
"We didn't really expect the market to go down so quickly," says Toyota Motor Europe's head of sales and marketing, Thierry Dombreval. "The market has become increasingly competitive."
BBC dream headline:
"Car industry may emerge stronger than before"
Nevertheless, while top executives at the top carmakers admit times are tough, they have told the BBC that they expect to emerge from the recession stronger than ever.
"To use motorcycling terminology, when you enter a corner you don't look into the corner, you look at where you want to be when you get out of that corner," says BMW's board member in charge of sales and marketing, Ian Robertson.