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Auto suppliers have faith in electric cars


What they actually believe is that the segment will finally live up to its forecasted reputation in the near future, with auto parts makers consolidating one important area of the business – battery technology. The most recent moves in the sector involve South Korea's Samsung SDI and Japanese chemical manufacturer Asahi Kasei Corp. The first announced yesterday it opted to purchase ...
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Europe: electric car sales grew in 2014, but are they sustainable?
Western Europe saw electric car deliveries jumping last year because of early adopters and one particular country – Norway. Now, as ordinary consumers still eschew such pricey purchases and oil ...
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China to levy green vehicle incentives until 2020
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US: even as recalls mount, the list of safe cars continues to grow
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Los Angeles Auto Show preview: it’s all about luxury and performance
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US: gas prices drop, so does alternative vehicle sales
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