China’s NEV landscape may be ready for consolidation

China’s NEV landscape may be ready for consolidation

In the space of three years, China has become the largest market for new energy vehicles (NEVs) in the world, primarily due to ambitious governmental policies. However, with more than 170 players manufacturing models for the local market, there are restructuring opportunities, especially for non-Chinese original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) that are motivated by strategic or regulatory reasons.


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This report looks at the reasons the NEV sector could experience a realignment in 2017, as well as emerging opportunities for consolidation in the industry. 

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