Chinese EV makers scout new growth in EU and US

Favourable consumer trends and state incentives mean China can extend its EV leadership across the pond. By Freddie Holmes

China’s domestic automakers are looking west for new growth opportunities. Past attempts at cracking Europe and North America have not gone well, and the availability of Chinese models today reflects this.

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Rising demand for electric vehicles (EVs) in both markets and a willingness to embrace new brands make the prospects look quite different this time around.

China is currently the world’s

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