An electric car connects to a charging pole for electric vehicles at an electric vehicle charging station outside a flat in Beijing, China, 11 September 2017. China plans to ban cars powered by fossil fuels in the future, while promoting hybrids and electric vehicles, Vice-minister of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) Xin Guobin said during a forum. Photo: EPA-EFE
Yujing Liu
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Across The Border by Yujing Liu

Renewed policy incentives to keep Chinese EV carmakers afloat

Chinese electric vehicle producers will continue to benefit from Beijing’s new-energy vehicle push, analysts said, even as the business environment becomes increasingly competitive

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An electric car connects to a charging pole for electric vehicles at an electric vehicle charging station outside a flat in Beijing, China, 11 September 2017. China plans to ban cars powered by fossil fuels in the future, while promoting hybrids and electric vehicles, Vice-minister of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) Xin Guobin said during a forum. Photo: EPA-EFE
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