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In Charts: Europe must choose between Chinese EV imports or its emissions targets, says ECA

Global demand for EVs is continuing at pace, with nearly one in five vehicles sold in 2023 being electric, shows data from the IEA © Bloomberg
Global demand for EVs is continuing at pace, with nearly one in five vehicles sold in 2023 being electric, shows data from the IEA © Bloomberg

The EU’s financial watchdog says Europe will fail to meet its 2035 vehicle targets without turning to imports, as Chinese electric vehicle manufacturing reaches record highs

The European Court of Auditors has warned that the EU’s 2035 vehicle emissions targets will not be met without significant imports, principally from China and the US.

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