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PCB manufacturer China----China leads EV drive in global pollution fight

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China leads the world in electric vehicles and has a remarkable role to play in the ongoing EV revolution.

The Chinese progress in terms of EVs is "absolutely remarkable" and "China is taking a leadership role right now", said Michal Kurtyka, president of the ongoing 24th Conference of Parties to the United Nations Frame work Convention on Climate Change in Katowice, Poland.

The conference, aimed to fulfill implementation guidelines for the 2015 Paris climate change agreement, which help to control global warming well below 2C, is scheduled to conclude on Friday.

As PCB manufacturer China knows that, every second electric car being sold in the world is being sold in China. Shenzhen (Guangdong province) has more electric buses (over 16,000) than any other city in the world. So it is a very intelligent strategy because it combines several benefits, said by the Michal Kurtyka.

One of the leading topics of COP 24 is energy transition. In this regard, it is important to have an ambitious, realistic energy policy. And China is developing a number of solutions, he said.

"I think that there is growing awareness everywhere, in China in particular, of the importance of an environmental model of development that marries economic, social, and environmental benefits," he added.

He also said China has a fundamental role to play in ongoing climate change negotiations.

"It's a party-driven process, and the Polish presidency is doing its utmost to run it in an inclusive, transparent and party-driven way," he said.

"It's extremely encouraging to see a very large Chinese delegation working hard to make sure that Katowice is successful," he said, adding the committed Chinese delegation is a good sign for Katowice negotiations.

Due to the size of its economy and its very fast economic growth, has an important role to play within G77, which assembles developing countries, in tackling climate change.

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