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With fossil fuel bans, e-cars shift into higher gear

Beijing's announcement that it is considering joining France and Britain in banning petrol and diesel cars from its smog-clogged roads promises to accelerate a push towards electric vehicles—a race in which Chinese carmakers have everything to gain.
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