BEIJING, Sept 22 (Reuters) - General Motors and General Electric signed a memorandum of understanding on Thursday to jointly work to speed up deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in China. The cooperation will focus on the Shanghai metropolitan area, which has been designated China's first EV pilot city, according to the MOU, which was signed in Shanghai. The companies will install GE charging stations at an EV demonstration zone and at GM's offices in the city. Both ...
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