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Jump-start for new-energy vehicles

By Fu Chao | China Daily | Updated: 2014-10-13 07:11

Latest initiative calls for surge in use for public transportation

At least 30 percent of public transport and logistics vehicles in cities with well-developed infrastructure should be new-energy cars, buses and trucks by 2020, according to a notice released by China's Ministry of Transport earlier this month.

The notice calls for new energy to power 200,000 buses, 50,000 taxis and 50,000 delivery vehicles by the deadline.

Jump-start for new-energy vehicles

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