Car makers push back over EU/UK battery deal
Car manufacturers are attempting to push back against the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) ...
Everyone is talking about Iran. And, according to Automotive Logistics, one of the main new markets for global companies will be cars. New – and old – contenders are already jostling for position in “the most significant automotive production and sales market in the Middle East”. The article continues: “With a large amount of assembly done by local manufacturers from complete knockdown kits, the opportunities and volume for logistics is also expected to be large.” Good to know.
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