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take it easy, you pretend i contaminated your propaganda party, but the reality is far from that, and since it is off topic find by your self since I see know your arguments are poor and weak
Nop, u r defined as troller not contributor, admin agreed and banned you.

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Nop, u r defined as troller not contributor, admin agreed and banned you.

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in fact what you are trying to do is suggest you are a good poster and I am a bad poster and you are not a racist towards the indians here boasting how great is China and how poorly developed are the rest of the nations such as India or Mexico, but since your point of views are flawed and most of Indians as well as me find offensive your CCP propaganda and your hypocresy when you talk about the economic and social situation in other countries
 

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Jan - Sep 2023,

EV share over the world.

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Chinese propaganda many chinese sales are in China are not even real are inflated numbers to promote reputation

Large Number Of Chinese EV Sales Fake, Investigators Say
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Chinese propaganda many chinese sales are in China are not even real are inflated numbers to promote reputation

Large Number Of Chinese EV Sales Fake, Investigators Say
Bertel Schmitt
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On some recordings, it can be seen that these cars have license plates, i.e., a registration. However, in some of these parked models (BYD in the video), there is even foil over the seats, and the mileage is only about 50 kilometers, meaning these are unsold new cars.

The high number of registrations is correct. These vehicles do increase the official number of registrations for electric cars, although they may never see a genuine buyer.

YouTube Blogger Uncovers Fake EV Boom in China
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Victor resides in the Netherlands and writes about freedom and governmental and social changes to the democratic form of nations.
Published: August 5, 2023
 

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On some recordings, it can be seen that these cars have license plates, i.e., a registration. However, in some of these parked models (BYD in the video), there is even foil over the seats, and the mileage is only about 50 kilometers, meaning these are unsold new cars.

The high number of registrations is correct. These vehicles do increase the official number of registrations for electric cars, although they may never see a genuine buyer.

YouTube Blogger Uncovers Fake EV Boom in China
Victor Westerkamp

By Victor Westerkamp
Victor resides in the Netherlands and writes about freedom and governmental and social changes to the democratic form of nations.
Published: August 5, 2023




 

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We reject the sale in Mexico of the Chinese car Chang Li S1 Pro on e-commerce platforms as it does not comply with the country's vehicle safety regulations
June 15, 2023 | : Press, Vehicle safety, Efficient transportation, Efficient vehicles


We reject the sale in Mexico of the Chinese car Chang Li S1 Pro on e-commerce platforms as it does not comply with the country's vehicle safety regulations
June 15, 2023 | : Press, Vehicle safety, Efficient transportation, Efficient vehicles
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Chang Li S1 Pro cars, three, on display

June 14, 2023. Civil society organizations express our total rejection of the entry into the country of cars like the Chang Li S1 Pro, which has recently generated a lot of interest among consumers due to its “low cost” ($20 thousand Mexican pesos). ).

Consumer Power, South | The Institute of the Urban South and Refleacciona con Responsibilidad agree that their sale “represents a serious danger not only for those who occupy them, but also for vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, who, given the illegality of these vehicles and their unacceptable level of safety, in the event of a traffic accident, they can suffer serious injuries and even lose their lives.”

This car of Chinese origin is freely marketed on digital platforms and, according to its specifications, it has a range of 50 to 70 kilometers, can generate a power of 67 horsepower and a speed of between 30 to 40 kilometers per hour. Regarding the inclusion of vehicle safety devices, the manufacturer's page1 only indicates that it has disc brakes on all four wheels.

Stephan Brodziak, Vehicle Safety coordinator at El Poder del Consumidor, stated: “Cars like the Li S1 Pro and its possible sale and circulation in the country can considerably delay the penetration in Mexico of technologies in cars that protect people, their families and vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. "We must not forget the terrible pandemic of road deaths that daily impacts 44 families who lose a loved one."

And he added “we recently participated in the Stop The Crash event in Mexico, an initiative of Latin NCAP and Global NCAP, which aims to show the safety potential of technologies that save lives, they have made it clear to us that we must move forward, as a country, and Latin American region, towards the prompt penetration of these technologies, either voluntarily due to market pressure or mandatory through the relevant regulation.”

The Official Mexican Standard, NOM-194-SE-2021,2 that governs our country establishes the minimum safety standards that a car must meet before it can be marketed, whether domestically or foreign manufactured.

This NOM is the result of several years of working to improve the safety of cars in Mexico and, although it is still not enough, it establishes a minimum floor that must be met for the protection of people, therefore, it is unacceptable. that cars that do not comply with this standard and are illegal are marketed and imported.

For his part, José Arévalo, specialist in public law at Sur | The Institute of the Urban South highlighted that “it is important that the authorities establish a position in favor of road safety and compliance with the law, regarding the possible entry and circulation of this type of very low security vehicles, which would give certainty to consumers while putting a stop to speculation.”

It is necessary, he noted, “to make clear, especially to consumers, the illegality of buying and importing a car that does not comply with the regulations, but above all the high risk that purchasing a vehicle with these characteristics represents, which although does not reach high speeds, it faces the risk of colliding with other vehicles traveling at higher speeds, in addition, there is also the risk of being able to run over a pedestrian or a cyclist as it lacks the minimum protection devices, and this could cause serious injuries. injuries.”

NOM-194-SE-2021, whose update was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation in 2022, indicates that vehicles, including electric vehicles, must compulsorily comply with: protection of occupants against frontal impact, protection of occupants against side impact , 3-point seat belts, head restraints and ABS brakes.3 Starting in 2025, they must comply with ESC and Latch or ISOFIX anchorages for Child Restraint Systems. A year later, specific protection devices for electric vehicles and tire pressure monitoring must be included. By 2027, the incorporation of the side pole impact test will be mandatory.

Sajidh de la Cruz, director of Vehicle Safety, of Refleacciona con Responsibilidad, pointed out that “the possible sale and circulation in the country of cars like the Li S1 Pro is unacceptable, since in their importation they seek to circumvent the law with tariff fractions different from those that apply to light vehicles, in this way, they want to avoid compliance with the NOM-
194-SE-2021, when it is evident that this vehicle does fall into the applicable category for compliance with this regulation, since it is a motor vehicle weighing more than 400 kilos.”


The organizations also point out other examples where "it should be made clear why their marketing is allowed in the country", such as the case of the company Zacua, which markets two electric vehicles: Zacua MX2 and MX3.

According to the manufacturer's website, they indicate that their vehicles meet all the requirements of the Official Mexican Standard NOM-194-SE-2021 regarding safety devices in new vehicles, which includes ABS brakes. In addition, they have a three-point seat belt. However, in their frequently asked questions section, specifically when it is questioned whether cars can enter motor transport platforms, they respond that it is not possible "since it does not have airbags", a mandatory requirement in the standard that requires compliance with frontal impact tests. If they do not have these safety devices, they are clearly failing to comply with the NOM-194 standard, which makes them very low safety cars.

Finally, the organizations called on the Ministry of Economy to issue a position and stop the possible sale of these cars as they are unable to comply with Mexican laws and regulations.


 

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A year after China abruptly scrapped its notoriously stringent zero-COVID controls and amid a recent surge in respiratory illness cases, some Chinese citizens are starting to worry about a potential reintroduction of the controversial regime of mass testing and restrictions that defined the pandemic years in the country and ultimately led to an unprecedented eruption of public unrest.

Concerns coincide with new reports of COVID testing being brought back to airports and hospitals, as well as a notice issued by the education ministry on Monday urging schools around the country to step up prevention efforts for influenza viruses and COVID ahead of winter season. Rumors are also swirling on Chinese social media that the nationwide COVID-tracking app is being reactivated in some provinces, with some users claiming that the app had never been taken down, though censorship of a related hashtag has only fueled more speculation.
 

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Not only a sign of the future in the Chinese military but of China's economy -- electro-magnetic catapult tests:
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This is the same core tech as this:

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Come on.. in most EU & neighboring nations, the Atto-3 has been written off as garbage.

With Italy pulling out of BRI, China can kiss its European takeover dreams goodbye for now as it hunts for another weak, vassal state to buy out/bully into submission.
 

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Come on.. in most EU & neighboring nations, the Atto-3 has been written off as garbage.

With Italy pulling out of BRI, China can kiss its European takeover dreams goodbye for now as it hunts for another weak, vassal state to buy out/bully into submission.
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Atto 3 gained highest socre in EU.

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