Korea's green investment heads toward automobiles, but not enough to disrupt the electric vehicle market

South Korea's government invested heavily in energy and environmental technologies in response to the global economic crisis, with around 80% of its $38 billion in economic stimulus funding announced in 2009 devoted to "green" efforts, with further announcements of another $85 billion following clos...

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