SAO PAUO – The Brazilian government is launching a study to set up guidelines for the large-scale production of electric vehicles. Nelson Barbosa, the Secretary for Economic Policies of the Finance Ministry, says Brazil lags behind other countries and faces technological problems in manufacturing EVs. “It is the duty of the government to stimulate research,” he says. “This study will diagnose what must be done to make electric-powered vehicles a significant part of the country’s car ...

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