BAIC willing to join electric vehicle alliance
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Sep. 27, 2010 (Xinhua News Agency) -- BAIC willing to join electric vehicle alliance

BEIJING, Sept. 27 (Xinhua) ?Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co., Ltd. (BAIC) is willing to join the electrical vehicle alliance, Beijing Times quoted Xu Heyi, chairman of the enterprise, as saying.

The electric vehicle alliance, led by the State Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC), and participated by 16 centrally-administered state-owned enterprises (central SOEs), was set up on August 18.

Auto enterprises that have joined the alliance include FAW, Dongfeng Motor, and Changan Auto, and other central SOEs include Dongfang Electric, China South Locomotive and Rolling Stock, the China National Offshore Oil Corp. (NYSE:CEO) (CNOOC), AirChina Industry & Technology, State Grid, Sinopec (NYSE:SNP) , and China Southern Power Grid.

Local SOEs, private enterprises and even foreign enterprises are also welcomed to join the alliance and contribute to the country's new energy vehicle development, SASAC director Li Rongrong and MIIT Vice-minister Miao Wei were quoted by media as saying. (Edited by Shi Chunjiao,



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