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22 January 2019

Evergrande is new main owner of NEVS

First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com

Chinese property developer Evergrande has acquired 51% of shares of NEVS (National Electric Vehicle Sweden) in a bid to help the smart car firm develop green mobility solutions.  

Evergrande’s business covers technology, real estate, health and cultural tourism.

The deal is expected to help NEVS develop a second car manufacturing plant in Shanghai which will be used to develop electric vehicles and transport solutions.

Currently, NEVS has a manufacturing plant in Tianjin, China, and Trollhättan, Sweden.

National Modern Energy Holding, a company owned by the founder of NEVS Kai Johan Jiang, will have the remaining 49% of the shares.

In September 2018, NEVS began utilising Phantom Auto’s teleoperation system to help improve safety for passengers in its electric autonomous vehicles. 

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