EV adoption: A value proposition challenge that even China's government hasn't force-resolved

In March 2009, the Chinese government's “Automobile Industry Restructuring and Revitalization Plan” proposed that China would build up a yearly production capacity of 500,000 new-energy vehicles, including electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles, by the end of 2011. With reality now upon us, the actua...

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