A Baojun E100 electric vehicle plugged into a charging station. GM and its partners sold four million vehicles in China in 2017, about 1 million more than the carmaker sold in the US. Photo: Bloomberg A Baojun E100 electric vehicle plugged into a charging station. GM and its partners sold four million vehicles in China in 2017, about 1 million more than the carmaker sold in the US. Photo: Bloomberg
A Baojun E100 electric vehicle plugged into a charging station. GM and its partners sold four million vehicles in China in 2017, about 1 million more than the carmaker sold in the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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A Baojun E100 electric vehicle plugged into a charging station. GM and its partners sold four million vehicles in China in 2017, about 1 million more than the carmaker sold in the US. Photo: Bloomberg A Baojun E100 electric vehicle plugged into a charging station. GM and its partners sold four million vehicles in China in 2017, about 1 million more than the carmaker sold in the US. Photo: Bloomberg
A Baojun E100 electric vehicle plugged into a charging station. GM and its partners sold four million vehicles in China in 2017, about 1 million more than the carmaker sold in the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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