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Ten Chinese start-ups traditional carmakers need to worry about

  • Thu, 15 Feb 2018 09:10
China’s car market, the world’s biggest, is changing fast. With “new energy”, “connected” and “autonomous” among the industry’s buzzwords, tech-savvy start-ups are determined to dethrone century-old carmakers like BMW, Audi and GM that have dominated the sector. A flurry of electric car start-ups has sprouted up in recent years after the Chinese government started handing out special manufacturing permits to non-traditional carmakers,... South China Morning Post - China Business feed


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