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UK drives into e-vehicle fast lane with 11% sales rise
by Daniel Boffey
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19 April 2018
On 19 April 2018 The Guardian reported:
Sales of electric cars in the UK have risen 11 per cent on last year, putting the country in the premier league of those ditching petrol and diesel engines, though it is still miles behind Norway and China. Globally, new registrations of e-cars are expected to increase moderately by 2020, and will range between 2.5 per cent and 6 per cent of market share, according to Centre of Automotive Management.
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