NEVS main shareholder Evergrande is making headlines in China. To pursue its ambitious goals, the company is looking for developers worldwide on a large scale. 8.000 new jobs are to be created in 9 countries. Besides China, the location is called Sweden. And old Europe seems to have a very high priority at Evergrande.
Developers for the global network are also expected to work for the Chinese real estate giant in Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and the United Kingdom. With Japan and South Korea, then, in principle, all automobile nations would be ranked.
How many jobs for Trollhattan?
With the vacancy Evergrande has once again attracted attention on WeChat. How many jobs are falling for Trollhättan is not clear. Just a reminder: the old Saab factory fed more than 10.000 people before GM's entry. The local conditions and the local infrastructure would enable the creation of many jobs even in the present.
Huge investments, many jobs, a worldwide network. A question is increasingly coming to the fore. Who controls the company? What is missing so far is a senior leadership of name and rank, which steers the departure initiated with enormous resources. Here, the company remains strangely pale and without a profile.
In China, the course of NEVS-Evergrande is not without criticism. The company is highly indebted, but is - as all the media agree - as "too big to fail". Evergrande continues to buy large-scale land for electric car factories and development centers. Critics fear that this could lead to overcapacity. Even in the electric car showcase, sales are not as stormy as predicted.
However, one does not have to worry about one of the largest real estate developers in the Middle Kingdom in the relationship. The Beijing administration sells the land to companies that want to build electric cars, much cheaper than real estate companies. If the ambitious plans can not be realized in the coming years, then Evergrande has acquired very much very much very much terrain. And can dedicate it, highly profitable, to another purpose.