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Sony sets up mobility company; China to scrap new energy vehicle subsidies by end-2022; Diodes steps into SiC power modules

Tom Lo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei 0

Sony sets up mobility company

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This Asia tech industry summary will mainly focus on Japan's Sony setting up a subsidiary Sony Mobility to harness its strengths in electric vehicle (EV) development, China planning to cut subsidies on new energy vehicles (NEVs) by the end of 2022, and US-based Diodes establishing a subsidiary DiodSent Green Technology in Taiwan to step into R&D and production of third-generation semiconductor power modules for EVs.
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