BizBeat Ep. 107: Smart cars a hit at Auto Shanghai 2021

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Auto Shanghai 2021 delivered a bevy of electric and tech-centric vehicles this year. Even the ultra-luxury brands and the tech majors are going full electric, because the market trend is there. The stakes are really high for all players in this market. How will old-world auto makers and e-car makers survive the game? CGTN’s Xia Cheng has the answer.

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