China plans an RMB880 million ($106 million) investment to develop electric vehicles as a means of combating air pollution, state officials say. The government will fund domestic companies to develop vehicles that run on electricity or other alternative power sources, reports say. Auto emissions are a major source of air pollution problems in many Chinese cities. The move also is seen as cutting down on oil usage. Officials say EVs would be used for transport services when Beijing hosts ...

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