Stay of execution for UK carmakers as EU proposes EV and battery tariff delay

Michael Holder
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European Commission offers to delay imposition of 'Rules of Origin' on electric vehicles and batteries made outside the EU for three years, as UK touts £70m motorway chargepoint trial

The UK car industry has received a major boost today, after the European Commission offered a three-year delay to tariffs that were due to be imposed on the trade of new electric vehicles (EVs) and batteries...

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