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BEIJING (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co. said it will launch a plug-in hybrid car in China in 2018 and a fully electric sport-utility vehicle in the next five years, as it works toward electrifying most of its lineup in the world's biggest auto market by 2025. This comes at a time when Beijing is urging automakers to sell more electric vehicles, laying out strict fuel economy targets and subsidizing certain new energy vehicle models, in a bid to cut air pollution and promote technological i
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Across the entire Asia-Pacific region, it's China where Pike Research forecasts most plug-in vehicles will eventually be sold.
Recently, a slew of reports have surfaced suggesting that many of China's automakers are scaling back development of alternative energy vehicles. Specifically, reports indicate that weak consumer interest is forcing Chinese automakers to ditch plans to manufacture electric vehicles. Wi
Back in May, the Chinese government finalized plans to offer strong incentives to buyers of certain types of green vehicles. The subsidies vary based on the classification of vehicle. For example, conventional hybrids are not included in the nation's incentive package, but battery-powered vehicles are eligible for a maximum subsidy of 60,000 yuan ($9,055 U.S. at the current exchang
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