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Electric Cars Could Send Oil Companies Into ‘Death Spiral’: People Who Know About Money

Economists and reporters have been saying that electric cars could actually kill the oil industry for a little while now, but it hasn’t made a lot of real-world impact so far. But now Fitch, an enormously influential financial ratings agency, is issuing dire warnings over electric cars. Read more...
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