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2015 Global Automotive Executive Survey

The automotive industry seems to be positioned halfway between two imperatives. On the one hand, increasingly strict regulatory standards and on the other, increasingly tech-savvy customers.
Modified date: 2015/03/10
Survey report
 

Global Automotive Executive Survey

The Global Automotive Executive Survey is KPGM’s annual assessment of the current state and future prospects in the worldwide automotive industry.
Modified date: 2015/03/10
Survey report
 

2014 Global Automotive Executive Survey

The Global Automotive Executive Survey is KPGM’s annual assessment of the current state and future prospects in the worldwide automotive industry.
Modified date: 2015/03/10
Survey report
 

2013 Global Automotive Executive Survey

KPMG’s annual global automotive survey finds automakers’ investment focus will stay on ICEs and hybrid plug-in fuel systems to 2018 - KPMG
Modified date: 2015/03/10
Press release
 

2012 Global Automotive Executive Survey

With China earmarked to be the world’s biggest market for auto sales and exports by 2025, global auto players should have a clearer vision of the way forward on issues critical to the industry.
Modified date: 2015/03/10
Press release; Survey report
 

2011 Global Automotive Executive Survey

Players look for new ways forward - KPMG survey
Modified date: 2015/03/10
Press release; Survey report
 

2009 Global Automotive Executive Survey

KPMG’s Global auto executive survey 2009 coincided with the unfolding of an unprecedented global economic crisis with profound implications for the automotive industry.
Modified date: 2015/03/10
Survey report
 

Transport sector is a vehicle for growth in SA’s economy

Road and rail networks are the backbone of any economy, however, they are also one of the most important assets in terms of sheer monetary value.
Modified date: 2014/10/21
Press release
 

Optimisation for the Internal Combustion Engine and a Refocus on Organic Growth: KPMG Global Auto Survey

The top priority for today’s car buyers is a longer-lasting vehicle with low fuel consumption. This was one of the findings of KPMG’s 15th annual Global auto survey, Strategies for a Fast-Evolving Market.
Modified date: 2014/03/12
Press release
 

Emerging markets

Respondents are increasingly optimistic about BRIC export prospects, but this is limited to other emerging markets – not developed nations.
Modified date: 2014/03/11
Survey report
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