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Current affairs commentator: Bottlenecks facing hybrid car production

11-22-2010 13:40 BJT

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China's setting down the gauntlet for going green on the roads. It's aiming for annual sales of 1 million units of new-energy cars, by 2015. Under the country's latest plan for the auto industry, to be rolled out at the end of 2010, new energy vehicles will be the top priority. more>>

For more on hybrid cars, we are joined by our current affairs commentator Gregory Yingnian Tsang.

Q1. What benefit will these cars bring? Do you think the government subsidy policies are effectively boosting the hybrid car industry?

Q2. Production of hybrid cars faces some bottlenecks. Can you tell us what they are?


Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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