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What does AAAM stand for?

AAAM stands for Association of Automobile Manufacturers


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That history goes back to 1919 (Bureau Permanent International des Constructeurs d'Automobile - BPICA) that was renamed in 1985 (Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles - OICA). The ACEA has its predessor in the CMMC (Comité des Constructeurs du Marché Commun) founded in October 1972 by French (Citroën, Peugeot, Renault), German (Mercedes, Volkswagen), Italian (Fiat) and British (BLMC) manufacturers. [1] The ACEA is studying electric vehicle charging stations and expects that Type 2 Mode 3 connectors also to be used for home charging in the second phase after 2017 while still allowing Mode 2 charging with established plug types that are already available in home environments There is no unified association of manufacturers which sell in the European Union (independently of the European, Asian or American origin). Contents 1 Presidents 2 See also 3 References 4 External links Presidents[edit] The presidency had been rotated among French, Italian and German automobile manufacturers. Sergio Marchionne (Fiat) : 2012 [2] Dieter Zetsche (Daimler): 2010 / 2011 [2][3][4] Carlos Ghosn (Renault) 2009 [3][5] Christian Streiff (PSA) 2008 [5][6] Sergio Marchionne (Fiat) : 2006 / 2007[7] Bernd Pischetsrieder (Volkswagen) : 2004 / 2005[8] Louis Schweitzer (Renault): 2003[8][9] Jean-Martin Folz (PSA): 2002[9][10] Paolo Cantarella (Fiat / Ferrari): 2000 / 2001 [11][12] Ferdinand Piech (Volkswagen): 1999 [13] Bernd Pischetsrieder (BMW): 1998[13] Louis Schweitzer (Renault): 1997[14] Jacques Calvet (PSA): 1996 [14][15] Giorgio Garuzzo (Fiat): 1994 / 1995 [15][16] Helmut Werner (Daimler): 1993 [16][17] Eberhard von Kuenheim (BMW): 1992[17] foundation year 1991 (predecessor "Comité des Constructeurs du Marché Commun") See also[edit] ACEA agreement European emission standard Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) Korea Automobile Manufacturers.
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JAMA USA is the U.S. branch office of the Tokyo-based Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association. Our mission is to analyze and report on...