Brussels, 23 April 2013 - The European automobile industry fully supports the pathway to achieving the EU’s long-term climate goals for 2050, and is committed to continue reducing CO2 levels from its vehicles.
Brussels,16 April 2013 - The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) notes the official start of trade negotiations with Japan yesterday. This is an important first step. ACEA members are global players who support multilateral and bilateral efforts to liberalise trade in automobiles. The European automobile industry strongly favours FTAs that are balanced and create a level playing field for European exporters. ACEA will judge the negotiations with Japan in that light.
Brussels, 14 March 2013 - ACEA, ANEC and Orgalime wrote to President Barroso today to express their common concerns at the suggested Environmental Footprint Methodology , based on a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) approach, and its envisaged use in EU policy making, including in the context of the Commission Communication ‘Green single market for green growth’ envisaged later on in March 2013.
13 February 2013 – Speaking in the United States’ Congress at his annual State of the Union address last night, President Barack Obama gave a clear signal that he intends to reinforce ties between the US and the EU. His announcement of the launch of talks on a “comprehensive” Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership with the European Union is an important step in building a larger, freer and fairer market for both European and American goods and services.