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Alysha Webb

Contributing Analyst

Alysha is focused on the automotive industry in China and emerging technology and market trends there.
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Long-Term Horizon of AVs Not Stopping Investment in Mobility

Analysts and insiders say investors in autonomous-vehicle technology and the mobility-as-a-service sector aren’t looking for quick paybacks.

Mobility

Purpose-Built Ride-Hailing Vehicles on Drawing Boards in China

Chinese consumers have taken to ride-hailing with enthusiasm, and that has automakers and suppliers looking to design vehicles better suited to servicing them.

Mobility

VW Electrification Plans Focus on China

China will account for more than half of Volkswagen Group’s production of 22 million battery-electric vehicles by 2028, the automaker says.

Propulsion Electrified Vehicles

Departure of Co-Founder Won’t Derail Byton, CEO Says

In an exclusive interview, Byton CEO Daniel Kirchert says launch of the M-Byte battery- electric vehicle is on track, and fund-raising efforts continue to draw investors to the Chinese BEV start-up.

Markets Propulsion

Chinese EV Startups Drawing Investment From Internet Giants

For China’s trio of internet giants, Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent, it’s about more than simply selling BEVs. They see their investments paying off bigger returns as “enrollment” mechanisms of the digital economy.

Markets Propulsion

Tweaks Maybe, But No Wholesale Change Expected in Made in China 2025

China’s goal under MiC2025 is to become a world leader in certain manufacturing sectors. President Trump doesn’t like the policy, but experts don’t see China backing down.

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