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The electric vehicle revolution

All parts of the economy will be affected by this technology

By Michael Liebreich & Angus McCrone  

electric car charging on the roadside at the launch of the first Uber electric cars in London, 30th August 2016 ©Laura Dale/PA Wire/Press Association Images

When the first mobile phones appeared, most people assumed they would be used much like normal phones, but on the move. Three decades later, as they push fixed phones to the fringes of our lives, they have eaten entire industries (cameras,…

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