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China Looks to Accelerate a Zero-Emissions Vehicle Target: ‘That Would Be a Big Event’

China could end up adopting a zero-emission vehicle mandate much sooner than expected, according to a leading analyst. Colin McKerracher, head of advanced transport at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, said the policy switch could happen “in the next couple of years.” Policymakers were said to be mulling the change in August, just before news broke that a number of Chinese manufacturers were engaged in fraud and abusing the country’s current electric vehicle subsidy scheme.
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