Danish entrepreneur wants a share of Chinese electric bus market

Danish entrepreneur Henrik Fisker has landed an agreement for the finance and distribution of a new self-driving electric bus which will help with public transport in China's smart cities.

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Danish electric car manufacturer Fisker Inc. will enter the Chinese market for public transport with a new electric bus partnership.

Owner and Chairman, Henrik Fisker, explains in an interview with Danish media Børsen that he has reached agreement with the owner of major industrial conglomerate Hakim Uniqe Group, Wang Qicheng, to try to hit the market with a new concept. The self-driving Fisker Orbit, with space for 12 people, is designed to operate more flexibly than conventional bus operation.

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