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Breaking down China’s electric vehicle market

By Bloomberg
28 March 2019   |   1:57 pm
Freeman Shen, founder, chairman, and chief executive officer at WM Motor, discusses China’s electric vehicle market, the government’s decision to cut subsidies for electric vehicles and what it means for his business.

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