State Must Incentivize China's Green-Car Push, GM's Barra Says

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SHANGHAI, Sept 15 (Reuters) - China's big push towards new-energy vehicles (NEV) will require government backing to win over consumers, Mary Barra, chief executive of General Motors Co , said on Friday, amid broader industry concerns over tough NEV quotas in the market. China, the world's largest auto market, is pushing hard to develop its own green car market, with stringent quotas planned for carmakers and a longer-term aim to ban the production and sale of cars that use ...

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