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Europe’s EV platform strategy: flexible, focused, or both

Automotive Industry JUST AUTO - 2022-11-22

LMC Automotive (a GlobalData company) analyst James Norris investigates. …

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Chinese automakers target more European sales with five-star EVs

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2022-11-21

Chinese electric-vehicle makers have set their sights on winning over European drivers and large corporate customers with more affordable cars that come with top safety ratings and lots of high-tech features. …

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German auto industry could face tougher rules over China relations

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2022-11-21

Germany's foreign ministry plans to tighten the rules for companies including automakers that are deeply exposed to China, making them disclose more information and possibly conduct stress tests for geopolitical risks, a confidentia …

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EUROPEAN PORTS: ONLY A WELL-DESIGNED MARITIME EU ETS WITH DEDICATED FUNDING WILL ACCELERATE THE GREENING OF THE SHIPPING SECTOR

Maritime and Ports ESPO - 2022-11-21

Europe’s ports continue to support the extension of the EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS) to the maritime sector. …

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Black Friday exposes dark side of trucking

News from Brussels Transport & Environment - 2022-11-21

Black Friday is notorious for peak consumerism and waste. But the true cost of the headline grabbing discounts is also paid in the climate impact of moving all that extra freight on our roads. …

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Ukraine war to shake up car making in the post-Soviet space

Automotive Industry Automotive Logisics - 2022-11-21

Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan could take advantage of the mass exodus of western vehicle makers and components suppliers from Russia, attracting new investments and ramping up production, according to research from Moscow-based thinktank Pro …

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The EU ETS maritime regulation must be truly green

Maritime and Ports World Shipping Council - 2022-11-21

The total climate footprint from production to combustion should be considered in the EU ETS for maritime. …

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EV startup Faraday Future raises going concern doubt, delays deliveries

Automotive Industry Reuters - 2022-11-21

Faraday Future Intelligent Electric, said on Monday21 November, it had "substantial doubt" about its ability to continue as a going concern, adding that it is uncertain when it can complete first deliveries of its FF 91 luxury electric c …

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Partnership: ECG supported by PwC Austria will develop first ever Finished Vehicle Logistics (FVL) Cost Index

News from ECG ECG - 2022-11-21

ECG is pleased to announce its new partnership with PwC Austria. ECG develops a new standard to create transparency in the FVL industry in Europe. …

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EV ambitions of VW and Mercedes run into trouble

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2022-11-20

The German car industry's bid to take the electric-vehicle crown from Tesla veered off course this week with stumbles for Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz. …

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