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On February 19th, 110 representatives from European and Member States policy-makers, EUROBAT members, EU associations, NGOs, media, vehicle manufacturers, part suppliers and other stakeholders, attended in Brussels an event organised by EUROBAT, the Association of European Automotive and Industrial Battery Manufacturers. In its “Election Manifesto”, the...

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