Can catch up with min requirement for auto chips by June: TSMC

In a statement the chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) told U.S. broadcaster CBS that it expects to catch up with the “minimum requirement” for auto chips by customers by the end of June. Automakers are hard-pressed  for auto chips and have shut assembly lines due to their shortage. Taiwan, home to a booming…

China unveils financial incentives to boost adoption of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

On Monday, China finance ministry stated, it plans on rolling new policies to support hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in order to boost the industry’s supply chain and related technologies. China has emerged as the world’s biggest market for new energy vehicles (NEVs), which includes plug-in hybrids, battery electric vehicles as well as and hydrogen fuel…

Large U.S. airlines revise 2020 forecasts, slash costs and flights

On Tuesday, leading U.S. airlines including Delta and American announced the suspension of their 2020 financial forecasts and took strong measures to further boost their capabilities to fight the economic impact of China’s coronavirus United announced a capital raising event and reported a first-quarter loss. The coronavirus pandemic has deeply impacted the tourism sector and…

Airbus plans on investing between $539 to 1.08 billion in A220 passenger jet program in 2020

In a statement, the chief executive officer of Airbus SE said, the planemaker plans on investing between $539 million-$1.08 billion (500 million euros and 1 billion euros) in 2020 on its A220 passenger jet program. Earlier in February, Airbus had raised its stake in the program, known as Airbus Canada, to 75%, up from 50.1%,…