FRANKFURT, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Better Place, which is building a global network of charging stations for the electric car industry, expects its e-cars to be significantly cheaper than gasoline-powered counterparts, its CEO was quoted as saying. "(Our partner) Renault has not set prices yet. But the e-car will be 3,000 to 5,000 euros ($4,400 to $7,350) cheaper than the model with a gasoline engine," Shai Agassi told German magazine Auto Motor und Sport. "Governments give incentives for ...
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