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New Energy Vehicles in China: Joint Efforts Are Needed for Success

New Energy Vehicles in China: Joint Efforts Are N...

KPMG Industry Updates - Issue 1, March 2012  


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In spite of government incentives, new energy vehicles (NEVs) are not a choice of the Chinese consumers yet. To create a real market for NEVs, government, carmakers, infrastructure constructors and dealers all need to play a role in their respective areas to allay the consumers’ concerns on price, safety, infrastructure and system support.

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