China: Endeavor to decrease carbon release draws foreign shareholders
(MENAFN)China's enormous marketplace of new energy cars (NEVs) has drawn much attention from foreign shareholders amid the country's incessant efforts to decrease carbon releases.
ZF Electric Mobility Technologies (Shenyang) Co., a branch under ZF Friedrichshafen AG, a top automotive factor provider based in Germany, declared the opening of a new scheme on Thursday, April 8th, in Shenyang, capital of northeast China's Liaoning Province, marking a massive stride toward elite electrification of cars.
The goods under this new scheme, which comprise core electric technologies such as new power trains for all-electric cars and the newest engine-driven power trains, will be employed by numerous main NEV platforms home and abroad.
After it is devoted to operation, the scheme is expected to make about 2 billion yuan (about USD305.24 million) worth of yearly sales for the firm.
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