A charging robot for electric cars operates at the Jinmenhu New Energy Vehicle Integrated Service Centre in Tianjin on August 18. Chinese-made electric vehicles are poised to swamp international markets. Photo: Xinhua
A charging robot for electric cars operates at the Jinmenhu New Energy Vehicle Integrated Service Centre in Tianjin on August 18. Chinese-made electric vehicles are poised to swamp international markets. Photo: Xinhua
Chris Rowley
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Chris Rowley

What explains China’s ascent in fintech and electric vehicles?

  • While institutional factors, such as a nurturing ecosystem and government support, play a role in fostering innovative sectors, these businesses are risky by nature
  • China’s growth in these areas might be influenced by a cultural comfort with uncertainty

A charging robot for electric cars operates at the Jinmenhu New Energy Vehicle Integrated Service Centre in Tianjin on August 18. Chinese-made electric vehicles are poised to swamp international markets. Photo: Xinhua
A charging robot for electric cars operates at the Jinmenhu New Energy Vehicle Integrated Service Centre in Tianjin on August 18. Chinese-made electric vehicles are poised to swamp international markets. Photo: Xinhua
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