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EV-Maker Li Auto Dispels Rumors of Exclusive Uzbekistan Sales Network

Caixin Online 15 Apr 2024
... showing company staff signing an agreement with a car dealer from the country.
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Eight Uzbeks Killed In Another Traffic Accident In Kazakhstan

Radio Free Europe 04 Apr 2024
The Shymkent-Samara highway is one of major highways used by migrant workers from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to reach Russia by car ... ....
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Uzbekistan Seeks To Halt Individual Imports Of Cars For Commerce

MENA FN 03 Apr 2024
(MENAFN - AzerNews) The import of cars for commercial purposes by individuals isexpected to be prohibited in Uzbekistan. It is also planned torestore the procedure for the import of new cars by ... .
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Volume Of Car Production Grows In Uzbekistan

MENA FN 31 Mar 2024
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency) TASHKENT, Uzbekistan, March 31. Uzbekistanincreased production of passenger cars by more than 2.04 times fromJanuary through February 2024 year-on-year, Trend ... .
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CORPORATE WINDOW: The potential of Chinese EVs

Dawn 25 Mar 2024
BYD is also building factories in Thailand, Brazil, Hungary and Uzbekistan to produce even more cars, and it may soon add Indonesia and Mexico to that list ... Currently, few Chinese electric cars are running on American roads.
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Uzbekistan Plans To Increase Production Of Hybrid, Electric Cars

MENA FN 24 Mar 2024
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency) TASHKENT, Uzbekistan, March 24. Uzbekistan plans to establish production of hybrid and electric cars up to 500,000 per year, Trend reports. President Shavkat ... .
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THACO KIA oversees Sonet production in Uzbekistan for Kia

Vietnam News 04 Mar 2024
A batch of 25 employees from the THACO KIA plant is supervising the production of Kia Sonet cars at the ADM Jizzakh LLC automotive plant in Uzbekistan since February 15, and will be there until May 25.
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Uzbek businessman donates $75,000 for multicultural families in Korea

Korea Times 19 Feb 2024
Born in Uzbekistan, he joined Uz-DaewooAuto in 1993 to work at Central Asia's first car factory, which was set up by a joint venture between Korea's now-defunct Daewoo Group and the Uzbek government.
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Even the world’s biggest electric-vehicle market is slowing

Live Mint 18 Feb 2024
... including buying ships to transport cars to Europe.Its first foreign factory making passenger EVs began delivering cars this year, from Uzbekistan, and a second in Thailand starts deliveries in July.
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Uzbekistan Shares Volume Of Imported Cars

MENA FN 12 Feb 2024
(MENAFN - Trend News Agency) TASHKENT, Uzbekistan, February 12. Uzbekistan imported cars from 31 foreign countries in 2023, Trend reports. The data of Uzbekistan's Statistics Agency shows that ... .
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Uzbekistan to Install Thousands of EV Charging Stations in Eco Push

Oil Price 07 Feb 2024
For the last two decades or so, motorists in Uzbekistan could buy any car brand they wanted, as long as it was ...
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SZ firms boost economic growth in BRI countries

Shenzhen Daily 29 Jan 2024
... BYD’s 10,000th new energy vehicle (NEV) in Uzbekistan, marking a landmark event for BYD’s joint venture with Uzavtosanoat JSC, which established a car plant in the Uzbek province of Jizzax last year.
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Russians are going to shocking lengths to escape war – at agonising cost

Metro UK 06 Jan 2024
Many take the decision to run abroad, crossing the border by plane, train, bus, or car in anticipation of being drafted to Putin’s sprawling army ... ‘The queue of cars stretched about 10 miles long at the crossing with Kazakhstan where I was.
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Gasoline Prices Surge in Uzbekistan as Tax Break Ends

Oil Price 04 Jan 2024
The price of Uzbekistan's most sought-after ... Many motorists in Uzbekistan run their cars on both methane… .
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China In Eurasia Briefing: What To Watch In 2024

Radio Free Europe 03 Jan 2024
One key example is the rise of Chinese car exports to Russia, with sales of both luxury and affordable Chinese vehicles soaring ... China rules the supply chain for battery-powered cars and has been aggressively expanding its global factories.
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