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BRUSSELS, Aug. 11 (Xinhua) -- The European Commission said on Tuesday it has opened an in-depth investigation into whether Poland's plan to grant 95 million euros (111 million U.S. dollars) of public support for chemical company LG Chem Group's expansion of its battery cell production facility breaches EU regulations.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: China's auto sales in July climbed 16.4% from a year earlier, the fourth consecutive month of gains as the world's biggest vehicle market comes off lows hit during the country's coronavirus lockdown.
SEOUL: South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co is creating a family of electric vehicles it will sell under the Ioniq brand as part of its drive to become the world’s third largest seller of EVs by 2025, the company said on Sunday.
Chinese carmaker Geely plans to use a platform developed with input from Volvo to build new models in Malaysia for its partly owned Proton brand, a strategy that shows how it aims to accelerate its push to become China’s first global auto giant.
Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co is creating a family of electric vehicles it will sell under the Ioniq brand as part of its drive to become the world's third-largest seller of EVs by 2025, the company said on Sunday
CAPE TOWN: South Africa’s gold industry has been dying slowly for years. As the coronavirus undercuts the already fragile case for investment, its platinum mines may be next.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (MEDAC) today announced the appointment of Rizal Nainy as SME Corp’s new chief executive officer, effective July 21,2020.
The newest electric vehicle jostling for space on Paris’s majestic Champs-Elysees has just enough room for two passengers, sports a top speed of a mere 45 kph and can be legally driven by a 14-year-old.
SEOUL, Aug 1 (Bernama): Seoul plans to phase out diesel cars from public sector and mass transit fleets by 2025 as part of efforts to accelerate its transition to green mobility, Yonhap News Agency (Yonhap) reported Saturday.
ROME, July 31 (Xinhua) -- Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) posted net losses of 1 billion euros (1.18 billion U.S. dollars) in the second quarter (Q2) this year, the company said in its financial results Friday.