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Bruno, J. (2023).  Electric batteries and critical materials dependency: a geopolitical analysis of the USA and the European Union. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management.

Electric batteries and critical materials dependency: a geopolitical analysis of the USA and the European Union

Bruno Jetin, Institute of Asian Studies (IAS), Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD) and Centre d’Économie de Paris Nord, Université Sorbonne Paris Nord.

Email: bruno.jetin@ubd.edu.bn

Published in International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management,

DOI: 10.1504/IJATM.2023.10059315

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The Auto Industry in Sub Saharan Africa. Investment, Sustainability and Decent Jobs. 03/2021

Date: 
07/03/2021
Brown Lai, AUTOBATE, Nigeria
Kwabena Nyarko Otoo, TUC, Ghana
Sisay Tulu, IFT- L&GWTU, Ethiopia
Emission / Séminaire / Colloque: 

International monthly seminar 03/2021

While much attention has been paid to the lack of structural transformation or to processes of premature deindustrialisation, a number of Sub Saharan African countries have actually made important steps in the development of a manufacturing sector, and have attracted increasing investment towards an emerging auto industry.

The report presented here, outcome of a project launched by IndustriALL and FES/TUCC, focuses on seven countries that have either experienced a flourishing automotive sector or that show promising prospects of future expansion: Ghana, Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda and South Africa.

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