Five things you may have missed on businesscar.co.uk this week
17 February 2017
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Every Friday, we list the five most important stories from the past week that have gone on businesscar.co.uk that you may have missed. Think of it as an additional newsletter, just more accessible.
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1.PSA Group to buy Opel/Vauxhall?
Talks between PSA Group (Peugeot-Citroen's parent company) and General Motors (GM) about the sale of the US company's European operations, namely Opel and Vauxhall, are said to be at an advanced stage.
2. KeeResources powers new Kia comparison tool
Leading automotive data company KeeResouces has partnered with Kia to provide comparison data for the South Korean manufacturer's website.
3. Land Rover Discovery 2.0 SD4 SE review
New Land Rover Discovery is better than ever with more refinement and a more eye-catching design
4. We talk to ICFM chairman, Paul Hollick
It's not only businesses that need to be prepared for new technology: fleet training organisation the ICFM is also ensuring it keeps pace with new developments.
5. A year of rising costs
The MD of fleet software firm Chevin predicts that rising fuel prices and a weaker pound will impact fleet costs in 2017.
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