By Emma Graham-Harrison BEIJING, Oct 29 (Reuters) - China should push electric cars to curb its dependence on imported oil and foreign automobile technology, although they offer smaller cuts in carbon emissions than alternatives like hybrids, McKinsey and Company said. In two decades it could create a world-leading industry and a domestic market alone worth up to 1.5 trillion yuan ($219.4 billion), even if less than a third of drivers go electric, the consulting firm said on Wednesday in ...
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