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BMW to buy cobalt direct from Australia, Morocco for EV batteries

PARIS German carmaker BMW will buy cobalt, a key component for electric vehicle (EV) batteries, directly from mines in Australia and Morocco to ensure they are not produced by child labour, an executive said on Tuesday.

BMW to buy cobalt direct from Australia, Morocco for EV batteries

PARIS German carmaker BMW will buy cobalt, a key component for electric vehicle (EV) batteries, directly from mines in Australia and Morocco to ensure they are not produced by child labor, an executive said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-BMW to buy cobalt direct from Australia, Morocco for EV batteries

PARIS, April 23 German carmaker BMW will buy cobalt, a key component for electric vehicle (EV) batteries, directly from mines in Australia and Morocco to ensure they are not produced by child labour, an executive said on Tuesday.

BMW to buy cobalt direct from Australia, Morocco for EV batteries

PARIS, April 23 German carmaker BMW will buy cobalt, a key component for electric vehicle (EV) batteries, directly from mines in Australia and Morocco to ensure they are not produced by child labour, an executive said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 3-Top German carmakers charged with blocking clean emissions technology

* Latest emissions scandal to hit auto industry (Adds BMW provision for fine)

RPT-EU regulators charge BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen with emissions collusion

BRUSSELS, April 5 EU antitrust regulators charged BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen on Friday for hindering competition on emission cleaning technology between 2006 to 2014.

EU regulators charge BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen with emissions collusion

BRUSSELS, April 5 EU antitrust regulators charged BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen on Friday for hindering competition on emission cleaning technology between 2006 to 2014.

Auto parts maker ZF Friedrichshafen wins biggest order in firm's history

FRANKFURT ZF Friedrichshafen has won an order worth a low double-digit billion euro amount from BMW to supply gear boxes, giving the German auto parts maker breathing room as it prepares to navigate the switch to electric vehicles.

Auto parts maker ZF Friedrichshafen wins biggest order in firm's history

* CEO sees autonomous driving as too expensive for private cars

Daimler, BMW to limit cooperation to affordable electric car in China: paper

FRANKFURT Daimler and BMW are looking to limit their planned cooperation to jointly produce an affordable electric car in China, German daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported on Wednesday.

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