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Would an overheated semiconductor startup scene and the ability to design cutting-edge chips be enough to help China achieve chip self-sufficiency?
Welcoming foreign player entry as potential boost to EV adoption, Xpeng President Brian Gu also notes attractiveness of overseas markets, especially Europe
Supercharging can slash EV charging times but has technological challenges. Hence battery swapping is on the rise in China, with state support
Money pours in as China pushes sector to be the next growth engine, and both self-driving startups and their investors are optimistic about their commercialization attempts
Besides working with China's largest ride-hailing platform, Xpeng Motors has also connected to the charging networks of EV maker NIO and TELD, China's biggest EV charging network
Eliminating subsidies is a painful must for the sustainability of China’s electric vehicle industry
Good at making and investing money, he founded two companies that went on to list on the NYSE and invested in over 40 startups
As China’s new Nasdaq-style board speeds to welcome its first IPOs, here’s a look at what’s changed for Chinese tech firms listing in the mainland, and if it could be pivotal in the emerging tech cold war
Tesla's recent price cuts and upcoming Shanghai plant for producing cheaper cars are increasing pressure on its Chinese rivals
As Tesla postponed delivery yet again, its Chinese rivals are scrambling too
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