lunedì 27 febbraio 2017

Paradigm shift in the car industry | European Economic and Social Committee

In its information report The automotive industry on the brink of a new paradigm? the EESC expects the GEAR 2030 High Level Groups and project teams to draw up an ambitious long-term industrial policy roadmap. A transition to electro-mobility and the development of connected cars and autonomous driving will need a comprehensive industrial policy in combination with a balanced climate, environmental and energy policy. Industrial policies should allow the automotive industry to maintain and develop a sophisticated industrial network. The burden of tax policies should be gradually shifted from excise duties on fuel to taxation on roads, ecology and infrastructure. The EESC supports the introduction of public-private partnerships (PPP) for the development of connected cars and autonomous driving, in tandem with the technologies to be brought into public infrastructure networks. (...)

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