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German Auto Breathes Again As Coalition Eschews Radical Policies

German Auto Breathes Again As Coalition Eschews Radical Policies. “When I first glanced through the coalition agreement, I liked the sound of three numbers: 15 million electric cars, I million charging points and 80% renewable energy,” German automakers were breathing a collective sigh of relief as a new three-party coalition government appeared to hold off […]

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German Election Sunday Shouldn’t Spook Auto Investors Too Much

German Election Sunday Shouldn’t Spook Auto Investors Too Much. “My suspicion is that nothing much will change. This is Germany, after all” Investors in big German auto manufacturers like Volkswagen, BMW, and Mercedes have little to fear from the nation’s general election Sunday, with most pollsters declaring the contest too close to call and the […]

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Germans Stumbling As Aid Bypasses Conventional Buyers

Germans Stumbling As Aid Bypasses Conventional Buyers. “By focussing exclusively on the promotion of electric cars, more than 90% of the car market was ignored” Germany, Europe’s biggest car and SUV market, is unlikely to respond to government aid aimed at reigniting coronavirus-blitzed sales, because of the insistence of politicians it bypassed the huge conventional […]

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German Competition Will Rebound In Tesla’s Favor

German Competition Will Rebound In Tesla’s Favor. “Consumers will ultimately discover Tesla’s technological and price – better value for money – leadership, as the advantage of Tesla over competitors is too significant to be ignored” Tesla investors are reeling as the share price dives, basic questions are being asked about the company’s long-term survival, and  […]

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