Поздравление от WV - мы номер 1 в МИРЕ!!!

Тема в разделе "Suzuki Grand Vitara III", создана пользователем eRiver, 9 дек 2009.

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    Германский автомобильный концерн Volkswagen AG и японская машиностроительная компания Suzuki Motor Corp. объявили о создании альянса. Согласно обнародованному сегодня совместному заявлению компаний, в рамках создания альянса Volkswagen приобретет до 19,9% акций Suzuki за 222,5 млрд иен (2,5 млрд долл.). При этом до половины от этой суммы Suzuki инвестирует в акции Volkswagen.

    Завершение сделки по приобретению акций Suzuki намечено на январь 2010г., передает Reuters. Дополнительные условия создания альянса будут объявлены сегодня позднее во время пресс-конференции компаний.

    Напомним, ранее сегодня в японских СМИ появились неофициальные данные о том, что Volkswagen намерен приобрести 20% акций Suzuki Motor за 250 млрд иен (2,8 млрд долл.).

    Suzuki Motor специализируется на производстве автомобилей и мотоциклов. Volkswagen Group, в свою очередь, является одним из крупнейших мировых автопроизводителей. Компания выпускает автомобили под брендами Volkswagen, Audi, Seat, Skoda.
     
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    Ответ: Volkswagen покупает 20% акций Suzuki Motor

    Чё темы плодим? сегодня уже была такая)
     
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    Я чего то смотрю что никто не в курсе весьма важного дела тоНе-не-не Спим господа....

    Вот выдержка:

    газета = The New York Times, от 10 декабря тг.

    " Volkswagen to Buy 20 Percent Stake in Suzuki
    By HIROKO TABUCHI and BETTINA WASSENER

    Volkswagen announced Wednesday that it would buy a 20 percent stake in Suzuki Motor of Japan for $2.5 billion, another step in the German auto giant’s aggressive bid to become the world’s biggest automaker.

    The alliance would create a formidable new force in the global car industry by allowing Volkswagen, Europe’s biggest carmaker, to tap Suzuki’s strengths in small cars and its dominance in a fast-growing Indian market.

    The partnership would also allow the automakers to pool management resources, share parts to cut down production costs and join forces in developing the next generation of fuel-efficient cars, the heads of the two companies said in Tokyo.

    “Together, we can maximize our opportunities for growth. In partnership with Suzuki, the Volkswagen group can take a big step forward in the compact car segment, particularly in the emerging markets in Asia,” Volkswagen’s chief executive, Martin Winterkorn, told reporters in Tokyo. “In turn, Suzuki can benefit from our experience with efficient and environmentally friendly vehicles.

    “In 8 to 10 years from now, we want to become No. 1 in the world. I believe we will be able to accelerate that with the cooperation with Suzuki.”

    In the deal, which is subject to regulatory approval and is expected to close in January, Volkswagen will purchase 19.9 percent of Suzuki’s issued shares for ¥222.5 billion, or $2.5 billion. Suzuki will invest up to half of that amount received from Volkswagen into shares of Volkswagen.

    Suzuki’s shares rose 3.5 percent in Tokyo on Wednesday on reports of the tie-up. Volkswagen rose 2.3 percent in Germany.

    The Volkswagen-Suzuki partnership is the latest in a flurry of realignments and alliances in the auto industry, which has been battered by falling demand in the United States and Europe and is facing stricter environmental standards in many markets.

    Many manufacturers are eager to raise their profile in Asia’s fastest-growing countries — notably China and India — in a bid to tap soaring demand there.

    Earlier this month, France’s PSA Peugeot Citroen and Japan's Mitsubishi Motors said they were exploring deeper ties, which had so far been limited to a project-based partnership.

    General Motors and China’s Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation said last week that they will make small cars and vehicles in India, building on a successful 12-year Chinese partnership. Another longstanding alliance between Renault of France and Nissan Motor of Japan has led to some success in developing low-emissions vehicles.

    But it has been Volkswagen that has weathered the global recession better than many of its counterparts, thanks to its big exposure to dynamic emerging markets like China and Brazil; the company is now taking bold steps to buttress its world standing.

    The German automaker — with 10 brands under its wing including Audi, Skoda, Seat and now Porsche — sold 3.265 million vehicles in the first half of 2009, just behind Toyota’s sales of 3.564 million. Suzuki sold about 1.15 million vehicles in the same period. The proposed Volkswagen-Suzuki combination would have global sales numbers easily above Toyota’s.

    In October, Volkswagen announced that it would acquire a 49.9 percent stake in Porsche for about €3.9 billion, or almost $6 billion, the first step in combining the two into an integrated car company.

    Analysts said that through Suzuki, Volkswagen can increase its presence in the growth markets of India and southeast Asia, as well as expand its production line in compact cars.

    Suzuki is a world leader in the mini-car segment with a particular strength in India. Its Indian subsidiary, Maruti Suzuki, has about a 50 percent share of that fast-growing market, and boasts a network of dealerships across the subcontinent that surpasses that of the dominant local automaker, Tata Motors.

    “Volkswagen has struggled to gain market share in India,” said Daniel Schwarz, an analyst at Commerzbank “because they don’t have a small enough car to offer.”

    Volkswagen’s only mini-automobile, the Up, is still in development, and the cars they produce in India are larger than those sold by Suzuki, he said.

    What Volkswagen gains in geography, Suzuki will gain in technology, Mr. Schwartz said. Despite its strength in small cars, Suzuki has lagged behind in gas-electric hybrids, electric vehicles and other fuel-efficient cars.

    Suzuki’s chief executive, Osamu Suzuki, has also spoken of the need for better economies of scale to keep up with cut-throat competition. He said Volkswagen had approached Suzuki about a partnership earlier this year, and negotiations had accelerated after Mr. Winterkorn visited Japan in mid-November.

    “The auto industry is characterized by mass production and mass sales,” Mr. Suzuki said.

    “That makes the best sense in terms of cost. Having common parts and components is one of the most important things.”

    “Suzuki wants access to scale effects,” said Mr. Schwarz. “They’re trying to cope with rising technology costs, which change the game.”

    The 80-year-old Mr. Suzuki, however, bristled at suggestions that his company would soon become a Volkswagen subsidiary.

    “We aren’t becoming the 12th brand for Volkswagen. We are equal partners,” Mr. Suzuki said. “I’m sure I’ll still be around in 20 years, though I’m not sure about 30 years.”

    Bettina Wassener reported from Hong Kong and Chris V. Nicholson contributed reporting from Paris."


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    Коротко, фольскваген покупает 20% Сузуки, таким образом Сузуки становиться подразделением концерна WV. Через 8 лет они уверенно заявляют что станут номер 1 производителем машин в мире. По своим продажам они легко переплюнут Тойоту. Слияние направлено на выход на Индийский и Китайские рынки, особенно уделяется внимание на малолитражки.

    Что нам теперь ожидать?
    - 225 лошадей на V6 турбодизеле или
    - 310 лошадей на V10 турбодизеле или
    - 500 лошадей на V12 турбодизеле!!!!

    Хорошо если они принесут 6 и 7 ступенчатые АКПП на Сузуку, да глядишь в новом году дизель придет официально:thumbsup:
    Хотя последние новинки от WV мне не очень, единственно Поло и гольф смотряться очень классно.
     
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    Den73 Сам по себе

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    Почему же спим, не спим вот и вот
     
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    Volkswagen - VW топикстартеру;)
     
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    Что не делается, то к лучшему Показываю