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In addition, respected media outlets such as The Economist, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Nikkei Asia Review as well as Wired and Technode rely on them for analysis of breaking news coming out of the sector.
THE FINANCIAL TIMES
Chinese electric car maker Byton suspends operations
“The consolidation of the EV sector in China is happening right now,” said Tu Le, founder of Sino Auto Insights, a consultancy. “What would’ve taken 12 to 18 months without Covid took four to six.”
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Electric vehicle subsidy extensions offer little relief to Chinese automakers
"I think right now the Chinese government is more concerned about the overall economy, and I'm guessing that their thinking is that as the ICE sector begins to grow again, it will pull the NEV sector out," said Tu Le, managing director at Sino Auto Insights.
THE WIRE CHINA
China’s New Energy Car Quest
It’s a sign, analysts say, that whether the EV industry is bloated or not, China is determined to drive the future of the electric vehicle. Le, founder of Sino Auto, called it “the NIO rule.”
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THE FINANCIAL TIMES
Chinese electric car start-up Nio announces $989m cash injection
Tu Le, founder of consultancy Sino Auto Insights, said the deal “puts them in a better place than any of their domestic competitors”.
NIKKEI ASIAN REVIEW
China's self-driving taxis hit the gas on commercial aspirations
"By focusing on the China market, AutoX seems to acknowledge the commercialization for robotaxis is much faster than the U.S., possibly in the next 18 months as the Chinese government formalizes policies," said Tu Le, managing director of Sino Auto Insights, a Beijing advisory firm.