Customer survey links EV adoption to license restriction policies

A survey organized by China’s Auto Business Review, in collaboration with partners including QQ Auto, Sohu Auto, 163 Auto, and ifeng Auto, has provided new insight into Chinese consumer willingness to purchase electric passenger vehicles. According to the survey, 55% of the consumers in Beijing w...

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