India plans to cut taxes, offer subsidies and other incentives to bolster ship building as part of a bid to reduce freight rates for manufacturers
The ruling People Power Party told the union representing the 25,000 striking drivers that they must return to work before lawmakers consider a bill on demands, the union said
Local villagers say the port is destroying the coastline and their way of life. Hundreds of protesters, led by Catholic priests, marched on a police station, where a dramatic confrontation occurred
President says the strike is holding the national supply chain "hostage" during an economic crisis, which is "unacceptable". Logistics disruptions have hit several sectors already.
Fitch Ratings says new-energy vehicles will continue to see strong growth next year as more motorists ditch petrol cars. It says EVs will account for 35% of car sales on the mainland in 2023
The Albanese government says it has done a deal with independent MPs to pass a law shortly that offers tax incentives that will make electric vehicles up to $2,000 cheaper
Foxconn and its Indonesian parter Indrika Energy is looking to make EV batteries with a Thai firm, possibly the state-run energy giant PTT.
The EVs of the future — those arriving after 2025 — could shift to significantly cheaper sodium ion or lithium sulfur battery cells
Tesla said videos showed the car's brake lights were not on when the car was speeding and that its data showed there was no move to step on the brakes throughout the vehicle's journey.
The two sides are discussing a reduction in Renault's 43% stake in Nissan, potentially to 15%, so the carmakers can collaborate on more equal terms
South Korea's foreign ministry said on Friday it has proposed that the United States offer federal EV tax credits for groups that have investments planned in the US.
Big Chinese, South Korean and Japanese firms are seen as more likely to follow through than local startups, as they have contracts with global carmakers and experience building large factories