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Slowing Chinese imports may delay automakers' electric vehicle target

Support from Centre on alternative fuel technologies and batteries holds key

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Electric vehicles in India | Electric vehicles sales | automobile industry

Pavan Lall  |  Mumbai 

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In markets where EVs have achieved significant penetration, the drive came from either huge ‘incentivisation’ schemes, or strict CO2 regulations.

Rising anti-Chinese sentiments may push automakers’ electric vehicle (EV) plans on to the slow lane, with from the country set to hit a snag. Incidentally, the world’s biggest component makers for EVs are Chinese.

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First Published: Mon, June 22 2020. 21:43 IST