Electric vehicle market to reach $110bn by 2019, despite barriers

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Report by BCC Research predicts global market will see significant growth by the end of the decade

The global electric vehicle (EV) market is expected to reach $109.8bn (£72.7bn) by 2019, despite somewhat volatile demand that is likely to be hampered by falling oil prices, a new analysis has shown today....

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