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  • Jul 28, 2014
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    Dealers Blamed for Dismal EV Market 6

    If Tesla were convinced the existing dealer infrastructure was truly motivated and capable of selling its cars, then this dust-up and threats of litigation never would have occurred....More
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    LG Chem Eyes Batteries for 200-Mile EVs in 2016  

    The Korean manufacturer's chief financial officer does not say which automakers it will supply, but current customers include General Motors and Renault....More
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    BMW to Hike EV Battery Cell Orders 20%-30% in 2016  

    South Korea's Samsung SDI, the German luxury automaker's captive supplier, will increase shipments of battery cells for the i3 and i8 electric vehicles and start supplying future models such as the X5 plug-in hybrid....More
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    China Halting Sales Tax on Eco-Friendly Cars  

    The government will stop collecting sales taxes on approved models of electric, hybrid and fuel-cell cars from Sept. 1 through the end of 2017 in a bit to reduce air pollution....More
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    Tesla Hit With Trademark-Infringement Suit in China  

    Businessman Zhan Baosheng registered the Tesla trademark in China before the U.S. company began selling electric vehicles in the country....More
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    Audi Sources Say EV Plans in Works  

    Sources with Volkswagen-owned Audi say the luxury brand is sketching out a range of high-performance electric vehicles to join its soon-to-launch R8 supercar....More
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    UPDATE 2-BMW and Tesla executives meet to discuss electric cars  

    * BMW and Tesla executives seek ways to promote electric cars * Meeting was held on Wednesday * BMW declines to comment in detail about nature of talks (Adds detail on charging stations) By Edward Taylor FRANKFURT, June 13 (Reuters) - Executives from German carmaker BMW and U.S.-based Tesla Motors Inc met this week in a move which could lead to the creation of charging stations usable for different types of electric cars....More
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