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    How Will Europe Recycle Mounting Plastic Waste?

    Consumer Goods and Retail | Aug, 2021

    Responsible disposing of trash is a concern for communities around the world. For years, wealthy nations have been discarding their trash to Asian countries, which are incapable of managing the piling waste. Recently, the European Union made a decision to ban export of plastic waste that came into force from January 2021. Although the ban is a decent step taken in the right direction, achieving the goal of becoming a plastic free region by 2030 seems over-ambitious for Europe.

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    Small Electric Vehicles Trends – The Electrifying Thinking

    Automotive | Jul, 2021

    The automotive industry is changing rapidly, substantially more rapidly than anytime over the most recent 20 years. There's a shift towards green developments and expanded mileage driven by both regulations and consumer demand. Over the next 5 to 10 years, every car on sale will offer fully electric, plug-in or hybrid variant as the adoption rate of these vehicles and technology is increasing intensely.

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    IMPACT OF US-CHINA TRADE WAR

    Automotive | Jun, 2021

    Exchange of capital, goods and services at an international level helps to connect several parts of the globe, further helping in establishing interdependent economic relations. However, economic imbalances can reflect inadequacy in import and export activities.

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    Embedded Systems- The Heart of Automotive Market

    Automotive | Jun, 2021

    If vehicles are safe, efficient and comfortable, it is all because of automotive embedded systems and electronics. Electronic innovation has made extraordinary steps and these days the nature of electronic parts—execution, power, and unwavering quality—empowers utilizing them notwithstanding for basic frameworks.

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