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Tesla Launches in Thailand, Vying to Compete with China EVs

Tesla Launches in Thailand, Vying to Compete with China EVs

By Tassanee Vejpongsa and Tian Macleod Ji
Southeast Asia's market of more than 600 million consumers is increasingly a focus for automakers looking to expand sales, especially of electric vehicles.
Eyeing the US Market, Vietnamese Automaker Files for New York IPO

Eyeing the US Market, Vietnamese Automaker Files for New York IPO

By Sebastian Strangio
The move came two weeks after the upstart EV manufacturer VinFast shipped its first batch of completed cars to the United States.

China’s Bet on Intelligent Electric Vehicles

China’s Bet on Intelligent Electric Vehicles

By Shaoshan Liu
After a decade of continuous investment, China is now poised to take on global leadership of the IEV industry.

The Rationale Behind the US-ASEAN Electric Vehicle Initiative

The Rationale Behind the US-ASEAN Electric Vehicle Initiative

By Xirui Li
The Biden administration has announced its intention to compete more vigorously with China for Southeast Asia's EV market.

The Mending Australia-China Relationship: Powered by Lithium?

The Mending Australia-China Relationship: Powered by Lithium?

By Corey Lee Bell, Elena Collinson, and Xunpeng Shi
As other liberal democracies lock down supplies, Australia’s lithium exports are an increasingly critical economic component of the Australia-China relationship.
China’s Dominance Over Critical Minerals Faces New Challengers

China’s Dominance Over Critical Minerals Faces New Challengers

By Bruce Shen
Although slow to wake up to the challenge, the West is catching up with China in the contest for critical minerals.

Southeast Asia Hopes to Become the World’s Next EV Hub

Southeast Asia Hopes to Become the World’s Next EV Hub

By Danielle Fallin and Karen Lee
A number of nations hope to carve out lucrative market niches as global sales of electric vehicles begin to take off.
Why is Vietnam’s VinFast Building an EV Factory in the United States?

Why is Vietnam’s VinFast Building an EV Factory in the United States?

By James Guild
The upstart auto maker is hoping that offshoring its manufacturing to the U.S. will help it tap into the growing American demand for electric vehicles.

Gojek and Foxconn Enter Indonesia’s Electric Vehicle Race

Gojek and Foxconn Enter Indonesia’s Electric Vehicle Race

By James Guild
In the race to become the region's EV powerhouse, Southeast Asian nations are seeking the involvement of state companies with a strong stake in fossil fuels.

Can VinFast Turn Vietnam Into an Electric Vehicle Powerhouse?

Can VinFast Turn Vietnam Into an Electric Vehicle Powerhouse?

By James Guild
The competition to become the main player in the production of EVs in Southeast Asia is starting to heat up.

What Is the Indonesia Battery Corporation?

What Is the Indonesia Battery Corporation?

By James Guild
Blessed with abundant nickel deposits, the nation hopes to position itself as a global hub of electric vehicle production.
The US Is Falling Behind China in the Race for Electric Vehicles

The US Is Falling Behind China in the Race for Electric Vehicles

By Dennis Blair and Robbie Diamond
Unless things change, and soon, Beijing will corner the market on the materials, components, and vehicles that will power the 21st century economy.

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