China's 2011 new energy vehicle sales confirm what many suspected, and reinforce the need for aggressive incentives

The China Association for Automobile Manufacturers' (CAAM) recently-released new energy vehicle statistics confirm that there is a long way to go to reach targets in the 12th Five-Year Plan. According to the released data, the Chinese market shipments for new energy vehicles reached 8,159 in 2011. A...

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