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Locally branded models driving China electric car boom

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In Shanghai last year, a two-door battery electric Chery eQ cost around 60,000 yuan (S$12,430) after subsidies. Without subsidies, the eQ would cost an additional 100,000 yuan or so.

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MORE electric cars are sold in China than in the rest of the world combined, but are mainly locally branded models that are cheaper and have a shorter range than those offered by foreign carmakers such as Tesla and Nissan.

The Chinese-branded electric vehicle (EV) market is

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