Shanghai vs. State Grid: powerful forces set to collide over China's EV model

We recently sat down with a "behind the scenes" senior executive of Shanghai International Automobile City Group (SIAC), a group totally owned and supervised by the Shanghai municipal government, the primary purpose of which is to integrate Shanghai's automobile industry value chain. At present, dev...

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