Automatic speeding fines issued on the A55 through the Conwy tunnel will be cancelled.
Speed camera bosses have apologised to scores of drivers after a blunder meant prosecutions were issued by mistake when the devices were not recalibrated to 70mph after the recent roadworks finished earlier than expected and the 40mph temporary limit was lifted.
Tens of thousands of jobs are expected to be cut in the Volkswagen Group as it moves towards more electric vehicles.
The automaker’s human resources chief, Karlheinz Blessing, told a German business paper it will need to cut the number of jobs in production as assembly of electric drivetrains requires fewer workers than making combustion engines.
BMW Group is limiting costly carbon fibre and turning to cheaper lightweight materials such as aluminum and steel for its biggest-selling cars to keep profit margins high.
Lighter cars consume less fuel or if they are battery powered can drive for longer on a full charge, vital attributes for manufacturers seeking to score points with consumers and regulators.
The trade of automotive parts between Europe and the rest of the world has grown to more than €75 billion a year, suppliers were told at their tenth annual conference in Venice.
Japan is a key market for European suppliers and a free trade agreement between the EU and Japan would foster further growth of this market and UK producers will be keen to secure continued exports without penalties after Brexit.