William Li Bin, CEO of Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO, rings the ceremonial bell for trading to begin on the New York Stock Exchange floor on September 12, 2018. Photo: Reuters William Li Bin, CEO of Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO, rings the ceremonial bell for trading to begin on the New York Stock Exchange floor on September 12, 2018. Photo: Reuters
William Li Bin, CEO of Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO, rings the ceremonial bell for trading to begin on the New York Stock Exchange floor on September 12, 2018. Photo: Reuters

Can William Li Bin – ‘Elon Musk of China’ – really turn electric vehicle maker NIO into a ‘Tesla killer’?

Shanghai-based electric vehicle maker’s founder William Li Bin – known as the ‘Elon Musk of China’ – insists the company has a bright future, but he faces a race against time to succeed

Topic |   Electric cars
William Li Bin, CEO of Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO, rings the ceremonial bell for trading to begin on the New York Stock Exchange floor on September 12, 2018. Photo: Reuters William Li Bin, CEO of Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO, rings the ceremonial bell for trading to begin on the New York Stock Exchange floor on September 12, 2018. Photo: Reuters
William Li Bin, CEO of Chinese electric vehicle start-up NIO, rings the ceremonial bell for trading to begin on the New York Stock Exchange floor on September 12, 2018. Photo: Reuters
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