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Global driver shortages: 2023 year in review

News from Brussels IRU - 2023-12-21

For several years now, IRU has been publishing its global report on driver shortages. …

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EU Council delays tariffs for EVs traded with UK

News from Brussels Automotive News Europe - 2023-12-21

The European Union Council has approved a plan to give electric vehicle makers in the EU and Britain until the end of 2026 to comply with local content rules. …

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Rethinking the EU’s regulatory approach in the auto sector

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-12-21

The immense scale of transformation underway in the automotive sector should give Europe cause to rethink how it regulates in the interest of both consumers and the competitiveness of its industry, argues Sigrid de Vries. …

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New car registrations: +6.7% in November; battery electric 16.3% market share

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-12-20

There were substantial double-digit gains in some markets, including two of the largest: Italy (+16.2%) and France (+14%). Conversely, the German car market retracted, recording a 5.7% decline compared to November 2022. …

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The year Europe got its industrial strategy into gear

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-12-19

2023 saw a turbulent start for the electric vehicle industry across Europe. …

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Euro 7 agreement: industry welcomes planning certainty but flags technical and investment challenges

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-12-18

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) takes note of today’s Euro 7 trilogue agreement, which marks a major milestone in Europe’s world-leading record of setting emissions standards for cars, vans, trucks and buses and …

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Cars spared from tighter exhaust standards under Euro 7 deal

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-12-18

A deal was reached between the European Parliament and Council on Monday (18 December) on new rules to tighten pollution standards for cars and trucks, with the text primarily focused on reining in pollution from brakes and tyres. …

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EU should be wary of calls for a ‘regulatory pause’ in the transport sector

News from Brussels EURACTIV - 2023-12-15

In its manifesto for the forthcoming EU elections, the lobby organisation for car manufacturers ACEA says that to enable the transport sector to make a success of its green (and digital) transition, we need to press the pause b …

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France’s eco-bonus shows how we can promote cleaner made-in-Europe EVs

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2023-12-14

In September, France announced new green eligibility rules for awarding electric vehicle subsidies – a first in environmental policymaking. …

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EU electric vehicle industry risks losing ground without a robust EU industrial strategy, new report finds

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-12-14

A new École Polytechnique report has revealed the immense scale of challenges for the EU in developing an electric vehicle supply chain. …

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