China's BYD delays European and US sales a year to 2011
BYD is one of the more aggressive Chinese manufacturers. The company's plug-in hybrid, the F3DM, went on sale in China earlier this month and BYD had planned to introduce plug-in hybrid cars in Europe and the US in 2010. However, that plan has now been pushed back by at least a year. BYD has not explained why it has delayed exporting its hybrids. However, the serious decline of the automotive markets in Europe and the US may be a big part of the reason.
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