Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.
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［フランクフルト ４日 ロイター］ - 独自動車大手ＢＭＷとダイムラーは、従来型自動車を基に新しい電気自動車（ＥＶ）を量産できると考えている。米ＥＶ大手テスラや他の新興メーカーの脅威をそらすには、より革新的なデザインを採用する必要があるとの一部関係者の懸念は無視する構えだ。
FRANKFURT BMW and Mercedes are betting they can mass produce new electric cars based on conventional vehicles, defying sceptics who say they will need more radical designs to head off the threat from Tesla and other start-up carmakers.
FRANKFURT European car bosses are beginning to address the realities of mass vehicle electrification, and its consequences for jobs and profit, their minds focused by government pledges to outlaw the combustion engine. | Video
FRANKFURT, Sept 12 European car bosses gathering for the Frankfurt auto show are beginning to address the realities of mass vehicle electrification, and its consequences for jobs and profit, their minds focused by government pledges to outlaw the combustion engine.
FRANKFURT Daimler has set a new target of saving 4 billion euros (3.63 billion pounds) by 2025 to help offset the lower profitability of electric cars, which at first may only earn half the margin of equivalent vehicles with combustion engines.
FRANKFURT Daimler has set a new target of saving 4 billion euros ($4.8 billion) by 2025 to help offset the lower profitability of electric cars, which at first may only earn half the margin of equivalent vehicles with combustion engines.
FRANKFURT/MUNICH Germany's BMW is gearing up to mass produce electric cars by 2020 and will to have 12 different models by 2025, it said on Thursday, as traditional manufacturers race to catch up with U.S. electric car pioneer Tesla .
PARIS/FRANKFURT Frankfurt's vast auto show, which opens next week, is already getting attention of the wrong kind - for its impressive list of no-shows.
FRANKFURT/DETROIT BMW and Daimler, the world's top luxury carmakers, have announced alliances with suppliers, talking up the virtues of having a bigger pool of engineers to develop a self-driving car.
FRANKFURT German markets regulator BaFin said it was probing whether Volkswagen and Daimler had violated disclosure rules, following media reports that both carmakers made use of whistleblower provisions to regulators.