How China is making a big comeback in electric appliances

Chinese electric appliance makers are reaping the rewards of government efforts to boost electric vehicle sales and battery production.

The United States is a key market for China’s batteries and batteries are key to electric vehicles.

But the Chinese are now making major gains in electric appliance sales, with sales up to a record 7% in China this year, according to a report from the China Association of Automotive Industries.

The report, released Thursday, shows the Chinese industry is poised to overtake the U.S. as the world’s largest electric appliance market, and to become the world market for electric vehicle batteries, according with a key component of that growth.

The Chinese are growing faster than the U, and it is only a matter of time before the U., too, surpasses the Chinese market.

The U. S. sales of electric vehicles are growing by 6.5% this year compared to last year, the report shows, but the Chinese electric vehicle market is growing at a much faster rate.

The average electric vehicle sold in the U with an estimated value of $25,000 in 2020 was worth $3.9 million in 2020, according the report.

That’s up from $1.9 billion in 2020.

The rise of China’s electric appliance industry comes as the U of A continues to struggle with a severe shortage of electric vehicle battery packs, leading to a number of other issues.

But China’s industry is thriving, according Wuhan, with the average annual growth rate for electric appliance batteries this year over last year being almost 9%, according to the report, which has been translated into Chinese.

The report also shows China’s economy is growing by about 2.3% a year, which is faster than any other region in the world.

China’s government is aiming to boost domestic battery production, and is also developing new battery technologies, including a new type of battery that would be used in future electric vehicles, according in the report from Beijing’s China Association for Automotive Industry.

The Chinese electric appliances industry is expected to grow from around 5% of the U’s annual electric vehicle fleet to nearly 10% by 2020, said the report in a statement from the association.

That’s up significantly from less than 5% in 2020 and less than 1% in the past decade.

In its statement, the association said it expects the U to surpass China as the global leader in electric vehicle manufacturing, and that China’s battery market will become the largest in the next 10 years.