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I'm talking about the world transitioning to electric cars while Lebanon is still struggling to get out of the 20th century.Within a couple of days France, which already has over 100,000 EVs running around, announced that by 2040 every car on its roads would be electric.They're not alone, considering that Germany is aiming for 1 million EVs by 2020 – that's less than three years away – while China already has 500,000 and Japan has more changing stations than gas stations.And we in Lebanon don't even have regular electricity, let alone electric cars. There will always be gasoline-powered cars, right?Think about it, if the world's biggest car markets, including the United States, China, India, Australia and all of Europe, as well as a bunch of minnows all go electric, why would manufacturers continue to invest billions of dollars to develop gasoline-powered cars?
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