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London black cab firm inks Norway export deal for electric taxis
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22 December 2017
On 22 December 2017 BusinessGreen reported:
LEVC [London Electric Vehicle Company], the maker of London's new electric black cabs, has inked a deal with Oslo-based importer Autoindustri that will see its plug-in taxis sold in Norway from next year. It follows LEVC's export deal with Rotterdam mobility firm RMC in September, and the car manufacturer has previously claimed it also has further interest from other European cities for its EVs.
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