EVS-25 300 companies sign on for electric vehicle symposium

09:21, September 20, 2010      

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The organizing committee of the 25th World Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition (EVS) held a press conference last week to announce that nearly 300 companies have now applied to participate the exhibition that will be held in Shenzhen in November.

Those that have signed up include leading global carmakers Volkswagen, Toyota, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Nissan as well as major auto parts companies Siemens, Bosch, Delphi and BorgWarner.

Domestic auto companies that will join the event include FAW, Dongfeng, SAIC, Chang'an, Chery and Geely.

The organizing committee said it has received about 800 research papers from nearly 50 countries. An estimated 2,000 delegates will attend this year's forum.

Source:China Daily


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