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Top 5 key questions for mobility in 2020
What is in store for mobility in 2020? The future of mobility promises to be one that is more electric, shared, and autonomous. IHS Markit's Mobility and Energy Future service closely tracks the pace of change of the automotive ecosystem toward such a future. As part of this effort, we have identified five key questions facing the mobility sector this year and beyond. Two key variables looking ahead are (1) the importance of policy; and (2) the cost and complexity of introducing and scaling innovations - and need for companies to make difficult choices on how best to allocate limited amounts of capital.
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