Biden: China is leading in electric vehicles

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U.S. President Joe Biden on Tuesday said China is leading in the race of electric vehicles on a visit to a Ford’s Electric Vehicle Center in Michigan. He also said that China has the largest manufacturing scale and is “exporting electric vehicles around the world with sights on the American market.”

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