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Supply chain shortages and a climate crisis are spurring companies to rethink their strategies and streamline their offerings
German owner of Mini brand is scaling back modifications to reduce complexity
Carmaker steers different course to rivals as it bets on continuing demand for fossil fuel cars
The carmaker led the market in 2013, but has no plans for an early end to production of combustion engine models
Truly green companies redesign their products rather than buying offsets or planting trees
Competitive pressures will limit companies’ ability to pass on higher costs
Review of over 100 groups in carbon-intensive sectors identifies more than 70% not including impact
Two of the world’s biggest carmakers plan to restrict supply and push their luxury models
Novel antitrust cases complicate efforts to tackle climate change and healthcare
German carmakers to pay penalty for breaking antitrust rules
Ford, LG and Samsung among groups examining production to supply electric vehicles
Groups say they will not buy any deep sea minerals for supply chains until risks to environment are ‘comprehensively understood’
A bear market beckons.
European state incentives and emissions regulation drive adoption but meeting new targets will be tougher
Maker of Mercedes is third German carmaker to show signs of better than expected performance
Tax perks are outstanding for battery vehicles, but enjoy them while they last
BMW, Daimler and VW tripled sales to almost 600,000 last year in race to meet CO2 targets
Higher tariffs would be passed on to consumers in UK and continental Europe if talks fail, says chief financial officer
Coalition overseeing $9tn in assets have written to groups including Anglo American, BMW, EDF and Lufthansa
German carmaker delivers strong earnings but remains cautious on full-year outlook
Hopes rise more models will be built at German group’s Oxford plant in boost to UK car industry
Order with Swedish manufacturer comes amid race to secure electric vehicle parts
German carmaker races to comply with EU emission standards in face of sharp slowdown in sales
German carmaker under fire for rewarding investors while seeking government support
Jay Powell said extra fiscal measures may be ‘worth it’ to shield the US economy from long-term damage due