Automotive Council UK

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The Automotive Council UK is UK industry-run organisation that oversees the combined strategy of the whole UK automotive industry, in collaboration with the UK government.

History[edit]

It was formed in 2009.

Structure[edit]

It is headquartered in the City of Westminster on Great Peter Street near Channel 4. The council is made from people in the UK government, and chief executives in the automotive industry.

Function[edit]

It produces reports on the UK automotive industry in collaboration with the UK government, mainly the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.[1]

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