A joint venture has been created between British BP and Chinese Didi Chuxing (Didi), which specializes in platforms for the transport industry, BP informs in a statement.
The parties aim to establish a charging infrastructure for electric vehicles in China. A well-chosen market if the aim is to reach as many as possible, seeing as China currently represents about half of all battery-powered vehicles.
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