Podcast: Has the automotive industry become driven by regulations?

Tom Geggus | 02 Jun 2021

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Tom Geggus


As a journalist for Autovista24, Tom covers a wide variety of stories from across the automotive industry. From sales figures to the development of technology, he wants to know what is driving the industry.

Are regulations responsible for the fast pace of changes seen across the automotive market? Join Christof Engelskirchen, Autovista Group’s chief economist, Phil Curry, Daily Brief editor and journalist Tom Geggus in the latest Autovista Group Podcast to find out.

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Show notes

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