Geely Targets Apple, Big Tech With Electric-Car Unit: An Conghui

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Apr.15 — Chinese automaker Geely will use its new Zeekr electric-car unit to take on tech giants like Apple and Xiaomi, which also have ambitions to enter the burgeoning EV market. Geely President and Zeekr CEO An Conghui says Zeekr plans to enter European market in late-2022, and the U.S. market after that. An also discusses Zeekr’s shipment target, IPO plans, as well as impacts from global chip shortage on Geely and IPO consideration of Volvo. He spoke exclusively with Bloomberg’s Tom Mackenzie.

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