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HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY

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Qualcomm, FedEx, auto executives to propose transport policies for world in transition

10/30/2020 | 09:44pm EST
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A group of business leaders and public policy experts is launching a new body to grapple with thorny questions surrounding the future of transportation including self-driving and electric vehicles.

The Commission on the Future of Mobility, reported earlier by Reuters, was formally unveiled on Friday. The group plans to propose a new regulatory framework to address a global transportation sector "on the cusp of a worldwide transition driven by shared, connected, autonomous, and electric technologies."

Alisyn Malek, the commission's executive director, told Reuters the goal is to tackle tough problems and improve safety.

"Let's bring everybody together to talk about how do we want the movement of people and goods to actually work," Malek said in an interview.

Autonomous cars and delivery trucks, package-carrying drones, air taxis, connected vehicles and Hyperloop systems are among transit advances that could revolutionize travel.

Traffic crashes remain a major problem. The World Health Organization estimates 1.35 million people die and 20 to 50 million are injured annually in vehicle crashes.

The commission will be co-chaired by Jared Cohon, president emeritus of Carnegie Mellon University, former Ford Motor CEO Jim Hackett and Transdev Group CEO Thierry Mallet.

"Progress can only continue if we modernize the way policy and regulation work," Hackett said.

Governments, including the United States, have struggled to adopt regulations to allow for wide-scale adoption of next-generation transportation like self-driving cars amid safety concerns.

Regulators are hiking fuel efficiency requirements, while California and many European countries want to end new gasoline-powered passenger vehicle sales by 2035.

The commission says in an overview document that "current regulatory requirements governing fuel economy standards and vehicle safety fail to reflect the transformation occurring in powertrains, autonomy, and models of mobility."

The group wants to recommend in 2022 "a framework for regulations in the American, European, and Asian markets post-2025 that reflects and facilitates the technological transformation taking place" for emissions and safety regulations.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber CEO Richard Kramer, FedEx CEO Fred Smith and Qualcomm CEO Steven Mollenkopf will be on the commission, as will Hyundai Motor Chief Operating Officer José Muñoz. It expects to add members before its February kickoff.

The commission is housed within SAFE, a nonpartisan organization focusing on energy security issues.

SAFE CEO Robbie Diamond said the goal is to rethink everything. "If you had to rewrite regulations and policy from scratch knowing what we know about technology today ... what you would do differently?" he asked. "We want to think big."

(Reporting by David Shepardson; Editing by Michael Perry and Tom Brown)

By David Shepardson


© Reuters 2020
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Sales 2020 104 088 B 96,1 B 96,1 B
Net income 2020 1 898 B 1,75 B 1,75 B
Net Debt 2020 57 035 B 52,6 B 52,6 B
P/E ratio 2020 26,6x
Yield 2020 1,91%
Capitalization 41 367 B 38 101 M 38 181 M
EV / Sales 2020 398x
EV / Sales 2021 358x
Nbr of Employees -
Free-Float 71,0%
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Average target price 225 615,38 KRW
Last Close Price 196 500,00 KRW
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Spread / Lowest Target -28,8%
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Byeong-Cheol Choi Chief Financial Officer
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