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China Goes Electric
Now China is gearing up to take the lead in at least one field of the auto industry's future: the electric vehicle (EV). China's ambition has been shown in a development plan for new energy autos, which was submitted by the MIIT to the State Council earlier this year. The plan's goal is to have 500,000 EVs on the road by 2015 and 5 million by 2020
Gaining Green Ground

The completion of national technical standardization of electric vehicles (EV) will help promote volume production, pave the way for its market expansion and have an enormous influence on accelerating the development of the EV industry

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