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Global EV Sales To Rocket Post-Covid

EV sales will keep growing through the decade. Canalys forecasts that EVs will represent 48 per cent of all new cars sold in 2030

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Kia Motors Names Hardeep Singh Brar As Head Of Sales, Marketing

Kia has been able to disrupt the Indian automobile industry and emerge as a market leader in a record time

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Chip Shortage Leads Japan Automakers To Post 4.5% Slump In Jan Global Output

Honda and Nissan, Japan's second- and third-largest automakers, have said this month they will sell a combined 250,000 fewer cars in the current financial year.

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Focus On Chip Shortage Hurting Production As Japanese Automakers Report Results

Chipmakers who supply auto companies outsource most of their production to contract manufacturers like Taiwan's TSMC, which analysts say, often prioritise orders from electronics clients who account for nearly all their revenue.

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Chip Shortage Forces Ford, Toyota, Nissan, FCA To Cut Vehicle Production

Automakers and electronic makers are facing a global shortage of chips as consumer demand has been bouncing back from the coronavirus pandemic, causing manufacturing delays.

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Uber Promises 100% Electric Vehicles By 2040, Commits $800 Million To Help Drivers Switch

Uber's plan follows years of criticism by environmental groups and city officials over the pollution and congestion caused by ride-hail vehicles and calls for fleet electrification.

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Group Landmark becomes 1st dealership to launch online sales portal, receives 270+ cars bookings

Group Landmark becomes 1st dealership to launch online sales portal, receives 270+ cars bookings

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Renault And Nissan Rebuild Their Alliance To Ride Out The Coronavirus Storm

Profits are plunging at all three automakers and thousands of jobs will be at risk as Renault and Nissan announce separate restructuring plans later this week.

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Renault, Nissan Share 'Real Desire' To Make Alliance Work: Chairman

The Franco-Japanese alliance, long dogged by internal rivalries, was thrown into turmoil by the November 2018 arrest in Tokyo of its architect and long-time boss Carlos Ghosn on charges of financial crimes, which he denies.

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Japan Orders Tighter Immigration Procedures After Ghosn Flees Country

Authorities have remained quiet after Ghosn revealed on Tuesday that he had fled to his childhood home of Lebanon to escape a "rigged" justice system in Japan.

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Ex-Nissan Chair Ghosn Indicted For Alleged Breach Of Trust

Ghosn was detained on Nov. 19. Earlier, he was charged with falsifying financial reports in underreporting his income by about 5 billion yen ( 44 million) over five years through 2015

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'Unfairly Detained': Ex-Nissan Boss Ghosn Protests Innocence

"I have been wrongly accused and unfairly detained based on meritless and unsubstantiated accusations," Ghosn told the Tokyo District Court in a clear and steady voice

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France Plans Renault CEO Hunt As Board Frays Over Ghosn - Sources

Nissan fired Carlos Ghosn as chairman three days after his detention, but Renault has resisted pressure to dismiss him, as the scandal strains their carmaking alliance

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Nissan Board 'Should Have Known' About Ghosn Issues: Governance Activist

If the chairman has been shown to be fraudulently disclosing information, then it’s not just the chairman that is responsible. The board of Nissan needs to do some soul-searching

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Mitsubishi Motors Exec Stresses Importance Of Alliance With Nissan, Renault

Mitsuhiko Yamashita, an executive vice president at Mitsubishi Motors said the three-way partnership will continue to source more auto components together, while leveraging their ties to develop technologies

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