There will be no immediate return of the British International Motor Show. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders says after a thorough consultation with the U.K. motor industry following the cancellation of the 2010 show, it can confirm the biennial event will not be reinstated in 2012. SMMT CEO Paul Everitt says the auto show has been a tremendously successful showcase for the U.K. industry since 1903, but now has lost its luster. “In recent years, the show has played a ...
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