China's Electric-Car Startups Face Wipeout

New regulations are expected to pull the plug on many of the 200 plus companies that make up China's electric car industry. The government is imposing strict standards on technology and could cap the number of manufacturers. Bloomberg's Kongho Chua reports on "Daybreak Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)

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