The German carmaker is betting it can absorb more stringent cuts than its rivals, sources familiar with the matter have said.
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The world's No. 2 carmaker said on Monday it wants to have six battery cell factories operating in Europe by 2030.
German carmakers hope a network of high-power charging stations they are rolling out with Ford will set an industry standard for plugs and protocols that will give them an edge over rival makers of electric vehicles. At the moment, Tesla and carmakers in Japan and ...