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  • Dagen Runt kommenterade en aktivitet 1 år sedan

    Thanks for the link, Jonathan. It seems the situation in China regarding new energy vehicles is convoluted if not chaotic right now, but I gathered that traditional, established automakers are automatically permitted to sell evs in China, and that the licence procedure is limited to new startups only. Out of all startups only ten will be granted a…[Läs mer]

    • Nevs are indeed among the more credible EV companies in China. My knowledge of this market is limited, but from what I understand these licenses are required if you want to build and sell EV in China on a larger scale. Regardless of company size/history. You can sell foreign built EV:s in China, but the 25 % import tax makes these vehicles very…[Läs mer]

  • Dagen Runt kommenterade en aktivitet 1 år sedan

    To me it sounds less positive than it did a few months ago. Suddenly it turns out NEVS has no permit to sell cars in China, the 9-3 is postponed another year, and the plant in Trollhättan will remain pretty idle as a production site. And if government subsidization of new energy vehicles is being gradually decreased in China, there’s another…[Läs mer]

    • 3cyl svarade 1 år sedan

      $56 million annual operating costs and no product. This is either an entity with capital investors who are very confident in the long range plan (if that is the case I hope the are correct) or a money laundering scheme of some sort.

    • Nevs can’t be blamed for the EV license situation in China. If anything, it’s good to see that they can adapt their operations this quick. The Chinese focus and ownership of Nevs, with the EV license that New Long Mas has, should be positive for a future EV license for Nevs.

      If Nevs acquires an EV license for the 9-3, and there are only 9…[Läs mer]

      • Thanks for the link, Jonathan. It seems the situation in China regarding new energy vehicles is convoluted if not chaotic right now, but I gathered that traditional, established automakers are automatically permitted to sell evs in China, and that the licence procedure is limited to new startups only. Out of all startups only ten will be granted a…[Läs mer]

        • Nevs are indeed among the more credible EV companies in China. My knowledge of this market is limited, but from what I understand these licenses are required if you want to build and sell EV in China on a larger scale. Regardless of company size/history. You can sell foreign built EV:s in China, but the 25 % import tax makes these vehicles very…[Läs mer]

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