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Report – China could introduce $16 Billion EV-charging program


According to sources that have knowledge of the matter, the Chinese government aims to establish a fund that would provide up to 100 billion yuan ($16 billion) for the construction of new electric-vehicle charging facilities. The two people that talked to Bloomberg under condition of anonymity – they are not allowed to discuss matters that are still private – said the ...
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