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Japanese carmakers slow to find Electric Avenue in China

Wait-and-see approach could give competitors a head start

| China

TOKYO -- As Japanese automakers wait for the right time to take electric vehicles to China, they risk letting more aggressive Western rivals beat them to the punch.

Their hesitation stems partly from the Chinese government raising standards for environmentally friendly vehicles in a manner designed to squeeze out competitors.

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