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International News

Automechanika Frankfurt 2016 exhibitor bookings reach 65%

The organiser of Automechanika Frankfurt reports that 65 per cent of exhibition space for next year’s event has already been booked. To date, more than 1,700 exhibitors from 59 countries have registered for the show, which takes place between 13 and 17 September 2016.

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Motorsport

Fontanesi claims record fourth consecutive World Motocross title

Fontanesi claims record fourth consecutive World Motocross title

Dunlop riders claimed wins and podiums across the board at the FIM Motocross World Championship Czech Republic grand prix, with Italy’s Kiara Fontanesi claiming the Women’s title on her Yamaha. Dunlop’s Geomax MX32 medium terrain tyres helped the Dunlop riders with five finishing in the MXGP top-ten.

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Product News

Toyota chooses Toyo tyres for two ‘Scion’ models

Toyota chooses Toyo tyres for two ‘Scion’ models

Toyo tyres have been selected for two models Toyota is releasing in North America under the Scion vehicle brand name. The Mazda 2-based 2016 Scion iA will be fitted with a 16-inch version of the Toyo Proxes A27 tyre, while the Toyota Auris-based Scion iM will ride on 17-inch Toyo Proxes 4 Plus B all-season tyres.

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Career Tracks

Uttenweiler steps down as First Stop regional MD

Uttenweiler steps down as First Stop regional MD

Bridgestone Europe reports the departure of the managing director of its First Stop business in the German-speaking ‘DACH’ markets and Eastern Europe, Dr. Urban Uttenweiler. According to a statement released by Bridgestone, Uttenweiler has “decided to take on a new role outside the Bridgestone organisation.”

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Comment

Game theory: talk of a Grexit teaches us to expect the unexpected

The Greek people just voted “no” in their recent referendum on whether to accept bail-out terms that would have meant tougher austerity measures for the domestic economy. At the time of going to press, the consensus is that this move will be interpreted as a no to the euro and it has prompted much speculation that Greece will be forced to leave the eurozone, return to the drachma, create a new currency and/or some combination of the above. Of course, any economic change of this scale is bound to have an impact on the way business is done across European boundaries. But as well as the direct practical implications, a number of key features of the saga provoke wider comparisons.

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