Joint letter to stimulate the European automotive industry’s transformation and enhance


ACEA, together with seven other signatories from the automotive value chain, including trade union and employer representatives, have made an urgent call to stimulate the European auto industry’s transformation and enhance competitiveness.

In a letter addressed to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, the signatories called on the European Commission to prioritise six key actions before the end of the current mandate in 2024:

  1. develop a robust industrial strategy;
  2. scale up a European zero-emission market and battery value chain;
  3. ensure a stable and coherent regulatory environment for the sector;
  4. enhance the skills agenda and Just Transition framework;
  5. improve transport affordability; and
  6. ensure a global level playing field.

The signatories underlined their commitment to decarbonising transport while emphasising that inaction from law makers will undermine the European automotive industry’s transformation and competitiveness. It will also put at risk employment in an industry that generates more than 13 million EU jobs.

ACEA, together with seven other signatories from the automotive value chain, including trade union and employer representatives, have made an urgent call to stimulate the European auto industry’s transformation and enhance competitiveness.

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2023-09-06 06:52:30

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