Chinese policies threaten foreign EV imports

A recent report revealed that the Chinese government is putting pressure on General Motors (GM) to share core technology for the Chevy Volt, its flagship plug-in electric vehicle (PHEV), in order to qualify for up to $19,300 in subsidies available to Chinese electric vehicle (EV) buyers. The Chinese...

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