Analysis: How can Brazil expedite migration to electric cars?

The Chamber of Deputies has been debating a bill that foresees tax cuts, changes in the federal government's fleet, and the creation of priority credit lines for the production of electric vehicles.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL  - Brazilian drivers have been recently faced with a "Sophie's choice". Those who refuel with alcohol and gasoline realize that the reality of production and tax collection on fuels are turning the prices increasingly impractical. And those seeking an electric car are faced with high vehicle purchase prices.

In this scenario, what can Brazil do to expedite the migration to electric cars? After all, although 2020 was the best sales year since official records began to be taken in 2012 by the Brazilian Electric Vehicle Association (ABVE), the electric fleet represents only 1% of the total . . .

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