Hui Ka-yan, the chairman of China Evergrande Group, says the Hong Kong-listed property developer aims to become the world’s biggest electric vehicle maker in the next three to five years. Photo: David Wong Hui Ka-yan, the chairman of China Evergrande Group, says the Hong Kong-listed property developer aims to become the world’s biggest electric vehicle maker in the next three to five years. Photo: David Wong
Hui Ka-yan, the chairman of China Evergrande Group, says the Hong Kong-listed property developer aims to become the world’s biggest electric vehicle maker in the next three to five years. Photo: David Wong

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  • China Evergrande Group aims to become the world’s biggest electric vehicle maker within three to five years

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Hui Ka-yan, the chairman of China Evergrande Group, says the Hong Kong-listed property developer aims to become the world’s biggest electric vehicle maker in the next three to five years. Photo: David Wong Hui Ka-yan, the chairman of China Evergrande Group, says the Hong Kong-listed property developer aims to become the world’s biggest electric vehicle maker in the next three to five years. Photo: David Wong
Hui Ka-yan, the chairman of China Evergrande Group, says the Hong Kong-listed property developer aims to become the world’s biggest electric vehicle maker in the next three to five years. Photo: David Wong
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