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YANGON: Myanmar plans to make left-hand drive cars compulsory, state media reported, causing concern in a country where the vast majority of vehicles remain right-hand drive despite cars driving on the right.
MELBOURNE/TOKYO: Toyota Motor Corp said on Monday it would stop making cars and engines in Australia by the end of 2017 in what would mark the end of an era for a once-vibrant auto production base and the loss of thousands of direct and indirect jobs.
LONDON: Britons will from next summer be joined on the roads by driverless cars, after the government gave the go-ahead for the vehicles to be tested on public roads in a bid to encourage companies developing the technology to invest in the country.
JAKARTA, Sept 14, 2015 (AFP) - Thirty Uber cars have been seized in the Indonesian capital Jakarta in recent months, a transport official said Monday, prompting the controversial ride-hailing app to accuse authorities of "unreasonable intimidation".
Volkswagen AG’s fledgling Moia mobility unit is betting on the rise of self-driving cars to deliver on its plan to catch up with ride-hailing leaders like Uber Technologies Inc without burning through piles of cash.
KUALA LUMPUR: Even as Proton vendors upgrade their operations centres to include different services, they must focus on new technologies and manufacturing parts for electric and green cars, economist Dr Yeah Kim Leng said.
SYDNEY: The World Solar Challenge began on Sunday with 42 solar cars crossing Australia's tropical north to its southern shores, a gruelling 3,000 km (1,864 mile) race through the outback.. Teams come from countries including Malaysia, the United States, Japan, Germany, Chile, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Belgium, Sweden, Iran, South Korea, India, Hong Kong, South Africa, Poland, Thailand, Turkey, Canada, Taiwan and Australia.
BEIJING: General Motors Co will stop selling cars in India from the end of this year, drawing a line under two decades of battling in one of the world’s most competitive markets where it has less than a 1% share of passenger car sales.