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China Drafts Standards for Auto Data Protection
Recently, the Chinese government issued several drafts of mandatory national standards for automobiles, including on cyber security and management systems, as well as on data recording systems. One of the drafts touches on vehicle designs and settings that would allow cross-border data transfer.
Tesla Carries Out Recall in China over Safety Risks
Last week, China's market regulator published a notice stating that Tesla had filed a plan to recall over 1 million vehicles sold in China between 2019 and 2023.
Chinese Court Fines Tesla Over 1.5 Million Yuan for Fraudulent Sale
Last week, the Beijing High People's Court issued a final ruling on a civil case brought against Tesla for a fraudulent sale. The Court sustained the rulings of the lower courts, which ordered Tesla to refund 379,700 yuan to the consumer, and pay 1.14 million yuan in compensation.
U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chair Presses Automakers, Suppliers on Forced Labor in Xinjiang
Earlier this week, Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden (D-OR) "ramped up his investigation into auto supply chain links to forced labor in the Xinjiang region of China, with new questions for automakers and tier 1 suppliers."