Volkswagen: The scandal explained

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    Traffic Information Service

    Leaving Belfast on the M2 PSNI advise of Oil spill from York Street to Junction five Templepatrick.

    Traffic has now eased across Belfast and elsewhere no unusual delays have been reported.

    For information on roads still affected by the flooding on Tuesday / Wednesday 22-23 August please click on the blue emergency news button to the left of the screen. Continue reading

    Top seven issues in UAW negotiations

    Bargaining talks inbetween automakers and the United Auto Workers officially begin in the coming days as they seek to negotiate a four-year contract for more than 135,000 hourly workers at General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co. and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US.

    GM CEO Mary Barra, UAW President Dennis Williams and other company and union leaders will meet at eleven a.m. Continue reading

    Top five Facts: Car Financing

    Planning to finance your next fresh or used car purchase? Tread wisely because a misstep could cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Don’t let the shiny paint and glittering chrome obscure your financial vision. Consider these five points.

    1) You’re Shopping for Two Things: A Car and Financing

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    Top ten Car Blogs of 2016

    Chances are that you’ll have spent a bit of time researching cars online if you’re planning on buying a fresh car. Have you ever felt that you’re missing out on something? There are some amazing car blogs out there, packed with info and advice, and some that are… less useful! Continue reading

    Three companies get approval to set up car assembly plants in Pakistan

    All three companies would separately come in into agreements with Ministry of Industries and Production to ensure compliance conditions of the Automotive Development Policy 2016-21. PHOTO: REUTERS

    ISLAMABAD: The government took a gigantic stride towards wiggling up the Japanese-dominated automobile industry, granting permission to three fresh, but non-European, companies to set up their car assembly plants in Pakistan. Continue reading