Korean Carmakers Criticize Gov't Over Electric Car Policy Retreat
SEOUL—South Korea trumpeted its recent selection as the host of a United Nations’ program to combat climate change.
But auto makers say it is stalling on one tool for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions: electric cars.
Slow progress in building charging stations for the vehicles and a U-turn on subsidies is likely to delay next year’s planned commercial rollout of such cars, the companies say.
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