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Chinese Electric Bus Company Charges Into USi
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February 19, 2014 10:37 PM
In the heart of southern California, home of packed freeways and major smog problems, help may be on the way from an unexpected source -- China. In this report narrated by Colin Lovett, Jeff Shu tells us the Chinese company BYD is trying to make an impact while overcoming new obstacles.

Chinese Electric Bus Company Charges Into US

Published February 19, 2014

In the heart of southern California, home of packed freeways and major smog problems, help may be on the way from an unexpected source -- China. In this report narrated by Colin Lovett, Jeff Shu tells us the Chinese company BYD is trying to make an impact while overcoming new obstacles.


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