In the field of new energy vehicles, China and South Korea are "shopping"? Hanshang: We have to sell to the world by you.
According to data from the General Administration of Customs, in the first half of this year, China’s electric manned vehicle exports increased by 91.9%; will South Korea, which is also a new energy power, face China’s new energy vehicles to seize the market? Lee Jae-soo, chairman of South Korea's GN (Beijing) Consulting Co., Ltd., said in a guest program "Weekly China Economy" that China and South Korea are not as good as the enemy in the new energy field.
Li Zaiyu said that the main export products of South Korea's new energy auto industry are not the whole vehicle, but the battery on the car, and the level of electric vehicles in China is also very competitive around the world. "So there is no competition between China and South Korea. If Chinese electric cars sell well in the world, Korean batteries can also be sold to the world with this wave."
In the first half of this year, Shandong Songguo New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd. and South Korea Jianyuan Construction Co., Ltd. established an electric vehicle factory in Daegu, South Korea, and plans to start producing electric vehicles from the second half of this year. In addition, Chery Automobile is discussing with the Korean company Nanos to establish a large-scale electric vehicle factory in the New Wanjin Industrial Park in Gunsan, South Korea.