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Steel Using Industries - Joint Statement on the EU Steel Safeguard Investigation   This coalition of downstream users of steel – including the automotive, technology industries, electricity transmission and distribution equipment, construction equipment, wind energy, agriculture machinery, home appliance, and packaging sectors – express their continued concern...

The European Commission adopted today the Communication on the strategy for long-term EU greenhouse gas emissions reduction, containing scenarios for future policy making going from business-as-usual to net-zero emissions by 2050.   Sigrid de Vries, Secretary General of CLEPA, the European association of automotive suppliers, says:   “Strong efforts...

CLEPA membership now counts of more than 145 organisations, including corporate members, national association and associated members. During the last weeks, four new companies have been approved to join CLEPA illustrating the wide interest in the automotive supplier’s industry.   Among the new members, representing a different...

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The negotiations between the European co-legislators on curbing CO2 emissions from cars, vans and trucks are in their final stages. Worryingly, they remain dominated by the artificial divide between ‘pro-electric/pro-climate’ and ‘pro-combustion/pro-status quo’.   That’s too simple a vision to sustain, and it clouds our view on...