The region’s auto industry will face two major policy reviews once members of a new European Commission (the European Union’s executive arm) take office Feb. 1 for the next five years. Key players for the auto sector among the new members likely will be Italy’s Antonio Tajani for industry and Estonia’s Siim Kallas for transport. The two have been nominated for their positions and currently are being scrutinized by the European Parliament, which has to confirm their appointments before they ...
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