Diesel ban threatens to stall German auto sector

September 3, 2017
A Moody’s report calling an effort to ban diesel cars from the German city of Stuttgart a “credit negative” has once again highlighted the risks of German and European auto ABS.

Toyota, Intel, others to form auto big data consortium

August 11, 2017
(Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T), chipmaker Intel Corp (INTC.O) and other technology and auto companies are forming a consortium to create an ecosystem for big data used in connected cars, the Japanese automaker said on Thursday.

Tesla wins bid to build world’s largest lithium-ion battery for South Australia

July 29, 2017
Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised back in March that his electric car company, which also owns solar energy provider SolarCity, could help the state of South Australia with its routine weather-caused blackout issues. At the time, Musk said Tesla was so serious about the endeavor, he wrote on Twitter that the project could be completed within 100 days of a signed deal or it’d come free of charge. Now, Tesla is getting the opportunity to make good on that promise, as the company has won the government of South Australia’s bid to build what would be the world’s largest lithium-ion battery.

EU regulators to investigate Knorr-Bremse's bid for Haldex

July 24, 2017
EU regulators said on Monday they would investigate car parts maker Knorr-Bremse's [STELLG.UL] bid for Swedish peer Haldex as concessions offered by the German company were insufficient.

Incentives aimed at making the Kingdom a key player in EVs

June 22, 2017
THAILAND plans to become a major player in the electric-vehicle industry and is attracting investment by offering special privileges for companies planning EV production in the Kingdom.

Japan firms keen to invest more (EEC)

June 22, 2017
At least 50 Japanese companies that have invested in Thailand have said they will definitely expand their investment further, mostly in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), according to the Japanese Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok (JCC).
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