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Norway's electric cars zip to new record: almost a third of all sales
by Camilla Knudsen and Alister Doyle
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2 January 2019
On 2 January 2019 Reuters reported:
Almost a third of new cars sold in Norway last year were pure electric, a new world record as the country strives to end sales of fossil-fueled vehicles by 2025. In a bid to cut carbon emissions and air pollution, Norway exempts battery-driven cars from most taxes and offers benefits such as free parking and charging points to hasten a shift from diesel and petrol engines.
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