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Workers assemble battery-powered automobiles with the help of automated and semi-automated processes at a BYD factory in Shenzhen in southern China.
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Workers assemble battery-powered automobiles with the help of automated and semi-automated processes at a BYD factory in Shenzhen in southern China.
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The books, reporters, and WeChat accounts to read if you want to understand China’s electric-vehicle industry

Akshat Rathi
Member exclusive by Akshat Rathi & Echo Huang for Electric Cars

One of the biggest challenges of reporting our field guide to China’s electric-vehicle industry was the limited amount of quality, English-language coverage to date. That said, if you are interested in staying up to date on a deep level, below are some of the resources we drew from. We included some of our key Chinese resources, as well.

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