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The e-car tipping point

While China is eyeing an ambitious target for EVs by 2025, India is opting a more gradual transition

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Electric car india | Electric car battery | Electric Vehicles

Vandana Gombar 



Vandana Gombar

China is looking at significantly more ambitious targets for . It wants 25 per cent of cars sold in the country to be electric by 2025, according to a draft policy published by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology last week. The current share is just about 5 per cent, though China is the largest electric vehicle market in the world.

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First Published: Tue, December 10 2019. 21:27 IST

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