Electric taxis stand at a charging station operated by an electric vehicle showroom in Ningde in Fujian Province on Monday, January 29, 2018. China surpassed the US in 2015 to become the world's biggest market for electric cars. Sales of new-energy vehicles - including battery-powered, plug-in hybrid and fuel-cell vehicles - reached 777,000 units last year and could surpass 1 million this year, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers estimated. Photo: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg

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Electric taxis stand at a charging station operated by an electric vehicle showroom in Ningde in Fujian Province on Monday, January 29, 2018. China surpassed the US in 2015 to become the world's biggest market for electric cars. Sales of new-energy vehicles - including battery-powered, plug-in hybrid and fuel-cell vehicles - reached 777,000 units last year and could surpass 1 million this year, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers estimated. Photo: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg
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