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NEVS and DiDi partner up to provide EVs for mobility services

TROLLHATTAN, Sweden – National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) AB and DiDi Chuxing, the world’s leading mobile transportation platform, have signed a strategic partnership here to develop an electric vehicle fully optimized for the mobility services that DiDi is offering. A number of other steps toward an extensive cooperation were also finalized. The

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MIIT: Low-speed EVs will be treated as “special” motor vehicles

BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) issued a notice on October 25 reiterating that low-speed electric vehicles (LSEV) will be treated as a special type of motor vehicles rather than motorcycles. The notice was issued in response to a proposal on the administration of four-wheel LSEVs

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New energy vehicle and car sharing keys to intelligent mobility

SHANGHAI – New energy vehicles and car sharing are the keys to intelligent mobility and create a cleaner and smarter transportation ecosystem, which is an opportunity for the auto industry to transform, according to Erik Jonnaert, secretary general of European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA). Jonnaert made the comments at the

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Ready or not, the “WOFE” is coming for car manufacturing in China

Get ready for a new era where foreign carmakers can build wholly-owned manufacturing plants in China without having to form a joint venture with a Chinese manufacturing partner, as required by the existing Automotive Industry Development Policy (AIDP). There is a catch, of course. With Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) Spokesman

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