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A robotics expert has predicted that children born in the year 2017 will never drive a car.
China has made the transition to low-carbon transport a priority, including these low-speed electric vehicles.
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To truly benefit from new technologies, insurers, policy-makers and producers must come together to ensure that liability and risk are properly insured.
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