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26 January 2021

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Nissan flips the switch on electric reboot in China (3)
By Norihiko Shirouzu BEIJING (Reuters) - Nissan Motor is accelerating the rollout of electric vehicles in China under its main brand and its local, no-frills Venucia marque as it overhauls its strategy in the world's biggest auto market, four sources told Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Nissan's electric vehicle (EV) Leaf is displayed at the Nissan's booth at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto
Japan asks Taiwan to beef up semiconductor output amid supply crunch (2)
January 26, 2021 (Mainichi Japan) Japanese Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Hiroshi Kajiyama. (Mainichi) TOKYO (Kyodo) - Japan has asked Taiwan to beef up production of semiconductors amid a serious global shortage that has affected businesses such as automakers, the economy minister said Tuesday. Strong demand for smartphones and 5G network equipment as well as robust recovery in auto sales from a slump due to the coronavirus pandemic has
Nissan flips the switch on electric reboot in China (6)
1 / 2 Nissan flips the switch on electric reboot in ChinaFILE PHOTO: Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, or Auto China show Norihiko Shirouzu January 26, 2021, 3:07 AM By Norihiko Shirouzu BEIJING (Reuters) - Nissan Motor is accelerating the rollout of electric vehicles in China under its main brand and its local, no-frills Venucia marque as it overhauls its strategy in the world's biggest auto market, four sources told Reuters.
Death of diesel looms as carmakers accelerate to electric future (1)
By Gilles Guillaume PARIS (Reuters) - The world's biggest diesel engine factory in Tremery, eastern France, is undergoing a radical overhaul - it's switching to make electric motors. FILE PHOTO: Employees of French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen work on the new engine "EB" assembly line at the company engines factory in Tremery near Metz, North Eastern France, December 1, 2011.
Foundries building additional capacity for automotive chips (3)
Monica Chen, Taipei; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES Tuesday 26 January 2021 Taiwan-based pure-play foundries will be expanding production capacity for automotive chips at a gradual pace, with additional output to arrive as early as the third quarter of this year, according to industry sources. The article you are trying to open requires News database subscription. Please sign in if you wish to continue.
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