Nio plans to start delivering cars to Norway in September
Chinese electric car start-up Nio announced it plans to begin deliveries in Norway in September, for the company's first entry into a market outside China.
Another Chinese electric car start-up, Xpeng, delivered 100 units of its G3 electric SUV in December.Bin Li, CEO of Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO Inc., celebrates after ringing a bell as NIO stock begins trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) during the company's initial public offering (IPO) at the NYSE in New York, September 12, 2018.
Brendan McDermid | ReutersNioannounced Thursday it plans to begin deliveries in Norway in September, for the company's first entry into a market outside China.Nio plans to first launch its ES8 SUV to the new market this year, followed by its ET7 sedan in 2022. The company anticipates expanding its local staff of 15 people to 50 by the end of the year.
The Norway venture will begin with a flagship "Nio House" store in Oslo that's slated to open in the third quarter. Four smaller showrooms are set to open in other parts of Norway next year. Read more: CNBC »
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Norway shouldn't buy anything made in China. Those car parts are being produced with Uighurs blood. Zero concern for human rights and the Chinese mass pollution of the planet NIO will be back to 60 by mid year
Closer EU military cooperation with U.S., Canada, Norway is quantum leap, Germany saysMilitary cooperation in the European Union will get a boost as the 27 nation bloc is admitting for the first time outside partners such as the United States, Canada and Norway into one of its projects, Germany said on Thursday. Work with NATO Germany, before the EU. Do you think this is what people really need right now?
Expert Panel Calls On Norway To Ditch AstraZeneca And Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccines Over Blood Clot RisksI am a London-based reporter for Forbes covering breaking news. Previously, I have worked as a reporter for a specialist legal publication covering big data and as a freelance journalist and policy analyst covering science, tech and health. I have a master’s degree in Biological Natural Sciences and a master’s degree in the History and Philosophy of Science from the University of Cambridge. Follow me on Twitter theroberthart or email me at rhartforbes.com The risk out weighs the reward... the reward being blood clots Apparently, Pfizer/BioNTech is less likely to have blood clots due to delayed uptake in the endothelial cell tissue in our blood vessels! COVID19 Who cares about Norway!! Stop scaremongering. Shame on you, supposedly a news outlet?! Reported to Twitter and unfollowed.
Hyundai and Kia are spending $7 billion in US electric car pushHyundai and Kia are pouring billions of dollars into the United States, where they plan to start building electric cars and invest more in futuristic technologies. ارجو متابعة الحساب يقدم اخبار عربية صينية The GQP won't like that. More Hyundai’s and Kia’s? America 🇺🇸:
완벽하신 예수님이 계십니다. 왜 이 땅에 집중하시나요? RememberRighteousness How can he rescue America while his nation is divided Or do they say [about the Prophet], 'He invented it?' Say, 'Then bring forth a surah like it and call upon [for assistance] whomever you can besides Allah , if you should be truthful.' Please read the Quran once in your mother language