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Market share -new electric vehicles in the EU-28 [4]

Market share -new electric vehicles in the EU-28 [4]

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Awareness that man is the main cause of the planet's rapid warming, contributes to the development of new business models. Green Innovations are one of the most important branches in Sustainable Development. Green Innovations are defined as a New Business Model that does little or no Environmental Pollution. At present, priority have cars that use...

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