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WEF_Forging_Ahead_2020

In Collaboration with McKinsey & Company Forging Ahead A materials roadmap for the zero-carbon car C I R C U L A R C A R S I N I T I A T I V E M A T E R I A L S D E C E M B E R 2 0 2 0 Contents Foreword Letter from McKinsey & Company and the World Economic Forum Introduction 1 Automotive materials 2 The cost-effective path to materials decarbonization 2.1 The abatement cost curve: a comprehensive view for the automotive industry 2.2 Current cost-effective pathways for ICEVs and BEVs 2.3 Steel an WEF , increase in the cost , emissions from the production , emissions throughout a vehicle , materials as an industry , costs for this pathway , bevs because several levers , steel at a cost , emissions come from steel , bevs than for icevs , vehicle s overall material , economics of each pathway , mat 1-Feb-2021 auto-generated
2021-global-automotive-dividend-outlook

2021 global automotive dividend outlook 12 April 2021 Automotive sector dividend will decline 16% in fiscal year (FY) 2020, then rebound 29% in FY 2021, driven by the strong recovery of dividends from manufacturers The aftermarket and service sector has demonstrated greater resilience in payouts as compared with manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers Automotive players from Japan should be the biggest contributor in FY 2020 and maintain the lead in FY 2021, accounting for around 32% of global payout IHS Markit , dividend from the automotive , japan and the united , suppliers in the united , markit owns all ihs , ihs markit , supplier supplier supplier supplier , supplier supplier ihs markit , japan japan japan japan , supplier supplier supplier ihs , ihs markit automotive dividend , south korea south kore 21-Apr-2021 auto-generated