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  1. BMW leads strong German pack as premium car sales gather pace

    BMW leads the big three German premium car manufacturers in the race to be 2014's world number one sales performer, but investors are more impressed with long-term profits than short-term success on the forecourt.

  2. JLR cranks up assault on Germans, but CO2 rules could wreck plan

    The new F-Type coupe might well raise Jaguar Land Rover's (JLR) profile as it tries to assault luxury markets dominated by the Germans, but it won't do anything to help the company solve its most pressing problem; coping with ever-tightening fuel consumption rules around the world.

  3. Could security issue derail U.S., Europe trade talks?

    There don't seem to any serious obstacles to the U.S. and the European Union (E.U.) concluding a plan for free trade in the automotive industry, but German anger over security issues could yet torpedo the talks.

European Perspective Columnist

Neil Winton writes the European Perspective column for Autos Insider. He was Reuter's Science and Technology Correspondent and European Auto Correspondent before setting up as a freelance columnist and web site publisher, writing about the European automotive industry and its products.

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