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China’s BYD partners with Hub Power to sell EVs in Pakistan

by Haroon Amin
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After a Chinese auto manufacturer named BYD (Build Your Dreams) and HUB Power Company Limited announced their agreement, which would see the introduction of electric vehicles (EVs) to the Pakistani market, Pakistan is ready to usher in a new age in automotive technology.

The government of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif wants to draw in investments to increase the nation’s foreign exchange reserves, according to a report published by China Economic Net. Plans for this alliance include building vital infrastructure and acquiring land in Pakistan to enable smooth industrial procedures. These initiatives show how dedicated HUB Power is to using its knowledge and resources to work with BYD’s technological prowess to advance innovation in the automobile industry.

A HUB Power statement claims that local electric car manufacturing has the potential to yield significant economic benefits and a wealth of job prospects.

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Pakistan, like a lot of other growing nations, has to deal with issues including increasing greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution. By reducing carbon emissions and promoting clean energy solutions, this project is expected to not only meet the needs of the local auto market but also contribute significantly to Pakistan’s sustainable development goals and be consistent with international efforts to combat climate change.

BYD demonstrated its strength in the industry last year when it overtook Tesla to take the top spot as the world’s largest manufacturer of electric vehicles. With record-breaking sales volume at the end of 2023, it exceeded the 3 million year sales target and won the global new energy vehicle (NEV) sales championship for the second consecutive year. This car giant’s international operations currently span Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Costa Rica, and many other nations; its electric vehicles are present in more than 50 countries and regions, more than 200 cities worldwide, and six continents.

BYD’s investment is timely given Pakistan’s increasing focus on cutting carbon emissions and adopting environmentally friendly transportation options. Moreover, BYD’s move to expand electric car manufacturing in Pakistan creates opportunities for exporting right-hand drive (RHD) automobiles to larger markets.

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