German car manufacturer Daimler has planned to fulfill quotas for car sales on new energy sources in China this year, and next year it will begin to produce electric cars in the country, the head of Daimler China, Hubertus Troska, said. According to him, the company will be able to meet the hard quotas introduced in China for emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere. He also noted that in China there is still a high demand for MayBach models with an internal combustion engine. About 600 such models are sold annually. Troska also said that Daimler, the partners of which in China are BAIC and BYD, continues negotiations with Chinese holding Geely on possible areas of cooperation.
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