Ford, the second largest carmaker in the United States, said it would like to use its experience gained from China on electric cars and onboard digitalized functions around the globe, especially its home market of North America.
The trend of having more and more intelligent vehicles is making automotive software the new territory for future industrial competition.
Dubai Economy has launched the second cycle of its Future Economy Labs with a series of hacks (workshops) covering sectors critical to life after COVID-19, such as Transport, Healthcare, Cashless Economy, Education Technology (EduTech) and Agriculture Technology (AgriTech), among others.
Indian conglomerate Mahindra Group said sales of farm equipment are much better than expected as the country’s vast hinterland bounces back from lockdown, despite the coronavirus running rampant.
Karma Automotive announced it will be introducing a new name for a family of vehicles in 2021 called the GS Series.
NAIAS organizers secured dates towards the end of the month, in part, to be mindful of the new IAA in Munich.
China’s three newly established pilot free trade zones will further facilitate its high-level opening-up and boost high-quality growth through deeper reforms, especially in the areas of digital economy, high-end manufacturing and regional integration, senior government officials and experts said on Monday.
The European Union’s bet on advanced technologies to help its companies and the economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic faces hurdles ahead, held back by the uneven digital pace across the 27-country block, the EU’s budget watchdog warned on Tuesday.
Tesco has joined big businesses calling for the UK Government to move forward the date to phase out sales of new fossil fuel cars and vans to 2030.
Boyko Takov, BSMEPA: 90% of Companies in Bulgaria Are Micro, However Generating a Little Over 1/3 of Revenues in the Sector
Boyko Takov is the Executive Director of Bulgarian Small and Medium Enterprise Promotion Agency (BSMEPA).