Can Chinese EV makers help to drive a transition in Mexico?

A growing cast of electric vehicle makers are building in Mexico, eyeing exports to the US. How Mexico’s own drivers and energy transition will benefit is uncertain
<p>Sergio Rubin, a retired researcher from the Agricultural Research Foundation of Rio Grande do Sul, stands in one of his oat fields in Júlio de Castilhos, southern Brazil. He grows oats as a cover crop to keep moisture and nutrients in the soil in between soy seasons. (Image: Daniel Marenco / Diálogo Chino)</p>
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After historic drought, El Niño rains pose new hurdle for Brazil’s farmers

Soy producers in country’s south face downpours, hot on the heels of a damaging three-year La Niña

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