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CnEVPost Newsletter: Why has NIO been hit harder by supply chain shock than XPeng and Li Auto?
Why NIO suffers most from supply chain shock among Chinese EV trio? - CnEVPost — cnevpost.com Some investors wonder why XPeng and Li Auto don't seem to have been much affected by the supply chain.
XPeng becomes latest to stop requiring employees to work on weekends - CnEVPost The change will not affect employees' pay because "overtime was already not paid."
Tesla's Shanghai plant reportedly halted production for days in Aug due to chip shortage - CnEVPost One particular shortage was related to the availability of electronic control units, which largely caused delays in the output of Tesla's Model Y.
Xiaomi's auto business gets set up in Beijing - CnEVPost It's attractive for a city's administrators to have car companies come to their area. Now it looks like Beijing has finally gotten Xiaomi's car business.
GAC Aion sold 11,631 units in Aug, up 115% from a year earlier - CnEVPost GAC Aion received orders for more than 18,000 units in August, another record high, the company claimed.
Evergrande Auto's Hengchi 7 sedan seen undergoing road tests - CnEVPost For Evergrande Group, which is busy reducing its debt load, there is not much progress about its car-making recently. But the latest reports indicate that one of its sedans is already undergoing road tests.
JinkoSolar, CATL ink deal to collaborate on energy storage - CnEVPost The two have agreed on comprehensive strategic cooperation in areas including energy storage business, integrated PV and energy storage solutions, and carbon neutrality, JinkoSolar said.
Hefei plans to apply to become pilot city for battery swap - CnEVPost Since last year, NIO and the city of Hefei have been working together to build battery swap facilities and plan to add 20 new ones within two years.
Guangzhou plans to launch six self-driving bus lines with 50 vehicles - CnEVPost The program proposes that the goal is for self-driving bus routes to have a safety accident rate that is less than 90 percent of that of traditional buses.
Chinese regulators ask ride-hailing firms to rectify non-compliance - CnEVPost Chinese regulators have interviewed 11 ride-hailing companies, including Didi Chuxing, Meituan Chuxing, Gaode and Caocao Chuxing, asking them to rectify their non-compliance practices and maintain fair and competitive market order.