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Sun, M., & Cheng, H. (2022). Seize the Opportunity of a New Round of Kangbo Cycle to Build Guangdong’s New Energy Automobile Industry. Economics & Management Information, 1(1), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.58195/emi.v1i1.22 (Original work published November 10, 2022)

Seize the Opportunity of a New Round of Kangbo Cycle to Build Guangdong's New Energy Automobile Industry

Based on the theory of Kang Bo cycle, based on the long-term observation of the new energy automotive industry of guangdong province and the survey data, from the aspects of economy, science and technology innovation, double carbon strategy as well as the contribution to the international trade and so on four aspects this paper expounds the construction of the importance of new energy vehicles industry in guangdong, lists the problems and difficulties of industrial development, Some solutions and suggestions for future research are put forward.

kangbo period new energy automobile transformation and upgrading

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