TOKYO – Asia’s leading automakers continued to grow their hybrid business during the first six months of 2018, according to sales data from the companies. Globally, sales growth is lagging pure electrics and plug-in hybrids. Nevertheless, hybrids are on a positive trajectory despite receiving little or no support in the way of subsidies. Wards Intelligence projects global production of all-electric vehicles will grow to 1.35 million units in 2018, while hybrids, both ...

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