XPeng President Gu on H.K. Listing, Regulatory Risks, Tesla

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    Chinese electric-vehicle maker XPeng Inc. raised $1.8 billion in a homecoming share sale. The dual listing in Hong Kong will add to the company’s war chest at a time when rival Tesla Inc. is looking particularly weak in China. Vice Chairman and President Brian Gu discusses the listing, regulatory risks, competitions and the future of the EV market with Bloomberg’s Yvonne Man.


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