Chinagate for the electric car? Infrastructure Minister Matteo Salvini will not be surprised. The Deputy Prime Minister increasingly opposed the use of electricity only since 2035.
Chinagate for the electric car? “I won’t be surprised…”
European ban on internal combustion cars and light commercial vehicles sold from 2035? “IS suicide that benefits the Chinese industry to the detriment of Europe“. This was said by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Matthew Salvini, at the meeting Conftrasporto-Commercio on the future of transportation and logistics in Rome. “I wouldn’t be surprised – the minister emphasized – that after Qatargate came out even Chinagate”. The reference is a scandal affecting various political leaders around the European Parliament. It is not the first time that, with the advent of electricity, Salvini raises the risk of the destruction of our car industry for the benefit of China. In September speaking to Rivoli (Turin) in front of a packed audience blue tracks from old FiatThe leader of the League had not used half a step: «European experts have programsfound common that is things. Stit means destroying the car industry in Italy, it means Dismissals in Turin give jobs in Beijing».
Meanwhile, BYD is dealing with Ford’s German factory
But the long journey of China’s electricity industry towards Europe continues. There Ford is in talks with BYD potential sale of its factory in Saarlouis, Germany. Ford’s message he will travel to China soon to continue negotiations, still at an early stage, according to The Wall Street Journal. BYD’s interest has neither been confirmed nor denied by the Chinese giant, but a takeover of the Ford plant would fit perfectly into its strategy. The German website To be chosen remember that BYD for a moment arrange at least one plant production of electric vehicles in Europe. In December the general manager Stella Li announced a Bloomberg who evaluates the best location,”helping boost BYD’s momentum“. Not to mention whether you were thinking of a new plant or an existing plant like Ford’s.