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There could be more consequences to come as Nio is in advanced plans to enter the competitive mass auto market.
With high costs, and competition from cheaper pirate recyclers, it will take more carrots and sticks for the battery recycling market to take off.
As complaints about sales practices and safety questions get louder on the Chinese internet, Tesla seems to be brushing them off.
China’s ride-hailing industry faces more economic uncertainty, more competition, and more regulation. But giant players are poised to thrive post-Covid.
As the car software market outpaces autos, it’s shaping up as a race between automakers and tech giants. The winner gets to be Apple, the loser, Foxconn.
As Europe accelerates its transition towards low-carbon transport, experts wonder: will China’s head start in EV technology give it an edge?
There are now three Chinese premium EV makers listed in US stock markets: Nio, Li Auto, and Xpeng. Let’s get to know them.
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