Asian rivals India and China are bracing for a new war that promises to be a breath of fresh air and change the way we commute.
The two countries want to transform mobility from fossil fuels to electric to tackle air pollution and control international trade in clean energy, a sector that is expanding at a fast clip.
China’s vice-minister for industry Xin Guobin announced recently his country was considering a ban on petrol and diesel-guzzling cars to phase out fossil-fuel vehicles. Read More…
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