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Electric cars pile up at European ports as Chinese firms struggle to find buyers

Tom Stacey, Anglia Ruskin University China’s automotive industry has revolutionised over the past decade, from producing basic western clones to making cars that equal the...

Hesai Group Eyes European Expansion Amid Rising Demand for Lidar Sensors

Shanghai-based Hesai Group, a leading producer of lidar sensors crucial for self-driving technology, is eyeing expansion into Europe as it rides the wave of...

Beyond road signs: how the EU can steer circular vehicle design

The automotive sector is heavily resource-intensive, accounting for 19% of the EU’s overall steel consumption and 10% of its plastics consumption. Car manufacturing also...

EV Development Faces New Challenges, Porsche CFO Suggests Delay in European Ban on New Fuel Cars

Porsche’s Chief Financial Officer Lutz Meschke has stated in a media interview following the conclusion of the Macan EV unveiling on January 25, 2024,...

EU Critical Raw Materials Act: Ambitious Targets to Secure Supply

Demand for Li-ion batteries continues to grow in sectors such as electric vehicles, stationary energy storage, and consumer electronics. IDTechEx estimates that in 2023,...

Potential Tariffs Spark Electric Vehicle Trade Conflict Between China and EU

According to the article written by Tony Chen, Head of Investment Research at UBS Asset Management, the European Commission initiated an investigation in October...

Protecting the EV Industry: France’s Latest Incentives May Exclude Chinese Electric Car

On September 20, 2023, France unveiled new incentives for purchasing electric vehicles, offering cash subsidies ranging from €5,000 to €7,000 for qualifying models. The...

EU formally initiates anti-subsidy probe into EVs from China; China voices opposition

The investigation will be concluded within 13 months, and any provisional anti-subsidy duties can be levied within nine months after initiation if legally warranted. The...

The EU’s anti-subsidy investigation into electric vehicles is a risky strategy that may backfire

Louise Curran, TBS Education In her State of the Union address on 13 September, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen announced a new anti-subsidy...

Chinese self-driving startup DeepRoute to open European center in Germany in 2024 to kick off global expansion

DeepRoute expects to set up a European operations center in Germany next year and will release an overseas version of its Driver 3.0 ADAS...

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