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Next year, China forces their manufacturers to sell electric cars with sanction threat

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Next year, China forces their manufacturers to sell electric cars with sanction threatNext year, China forces their manufacturers to sell electric cars with sanction threat

News24xx.com -  The number of manufacturers that sell electric vehicles was triggered by the rules that will be imposed by the government of China next year.


It is estimated that electric car sales will increase from 2016, from 500,000 units to 700,000 units in China.


The report is summarized from the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM), that is 77,000 Electric Vehicles (EVs) have been sold in September 2017.


Assistant Secretary-General of CAAM, Xu Haidong said in China Daily, "Sales in the third quarter are the best sales in China, specifically for EV. In 2017, as much 700,000 EVs was sold, while in the previous year it only sold for 500,000 units."


Sales of EV car in China look very expansive, this is due to regulations that will apply in the next year to users of EV and New Energy Vehicles or other alternative fuel vehicles.

The Chinese government next year will take firm action and give sanctions for producers who not produce environmentally friendly fuel vehicles.

For Tesla, which is the first manufacturer to produce electric vehicles, they will develop the latest car using a standard electric charging network. And Tesla will working with China for the charging network.

 

 

 

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