Until a few years ago, Chinese cars were considered to be copies of European or American cars. Today, China is the largest automotive market, including in the electric car segment, and Chinese manufacturers want to establish themselves in Europe. Our research fellow Vít Havelka commented on this situation.
„If the European Union and individual member states do not support the production capacities of European concerns, the construction of infrastructure and battery factories, there is a risk that European automakers will fall behind the competition from China,“ says Vít Havelka, an analyst at the Europeum think tank, quoted by idnes.cz.
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