Organisation Internationale de l'Industrie Automobile
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The Organisation Internationale de l’Industrie Automobile (International Organization of Automobile Industry), commonly abreviated as OIIA or IOAI, is an international federation of national automotive manufacturers associations.
The organization, formed in 1920 (but dormant during the Great Wars) and headquartered in Paris, France, coordinates communication between automakers around the world, oversees and organize auto shows so as publishes worldwide automotive statistics and data.
OIIA proclaims to represent the world automotive industry. Its stated goals are to unify worldwide motor vehicle companies and promoting technological innovation and sharing. In conjunction with coordinating affairs between various automobile manufacturers, OIIA conducts studies, analysis, and advocacy regarding transportation safety, environmental impact of vehicles, fuel efficiency, and global harmonization of automotive standards and regulations.
Among its duties, OIIA officially supports various international auto shows. It coordinates scheduling for the following major auto shows:
|North American International Auto Show||New Amsterdam||NAL||January|
|European Motor Show||Brussels||Batavia||January|
|Prák International Motor Show (Ten Prákär Intärnöcionál Ótosalón)||Prák||Bohemia||March|
|Kieñseñ Motor Show (Kieñseñ Moteosio)||Kieñseñ||Corea, Japan||April|
|Commonwealth of Nations Motor Show||alternates between London, Philadelphia and Sednîr||England, FK, NAL or New South Cambria, Australasia||July|
|Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung||Stuttgart||Wuerttemberg, HRE||September|
|Salon Mondiale de l’Automobile||Paris||France||October|
|Salon de l’Automobile de Saint-Louis||Saint-Louis||Louisianne||November|
|Edo Motor Show (Edo Mòtàxò)||Edo||Yamato, Japan||December|