Toyota and Honda oppose US Democratic Party’s EV tax deduction expansion plan Domestic preferential treatment | Reuters

On September 11, Toyota and Honda strongly opposed the US Parliamentary Democratic Party’s drafting a bill to significantly increase tax credits on electric vehicles (EVs) assembled in factories with trade unions in the United States. .. Taken in April at the Shanghai Auto Show (2021 Reuters / Aly Song)

[Washington, 11th Reuters]-Toyota and Honda have put together a bill on the 11th that the Democratic Party of the United States has put together a bill to significantly raise tax credits on electric vehicles (EVs) assembled in factories with trade unions in the United States. I strongly opposed it.

If the bill is passed, US car giants will receive an additional $ 4,500 in tax incentives, which will be in favor of the three major companies (Big Three).

Toyota said in a statement that the plan “discriminates against US car workers based on the choice not to form a union.”

Honda called the bill “unfair” and accused it of “discriminating against EVs made by hard-working US car workers simply by belonging to a union.” Honda has argued that EVs manufactured in Alabama, Indiana and Ohio should be treated fairly and equally by Congress.

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