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OPEC’s Decision to Cut Oil Production Will Help Electric Cars, Says IEA

Bloomberg: Electric Vehicles May Get a Boost From OPEC Decision Electric car makers may breath a sigh of relief from OPEC’s decision to curb oil output, which if it holds may help tilt the argument in favor of greener transport. Electric car sales stalled in the U.S. last year as gasoline prices fell 5.8 percent on average and demand for the motor fuel rose for the first time in six years.
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