China is now the biggest auto market, including electric vehicles. Michael Dunne discusses the government's role in guiding the car industry, competition and cross-border investment among Western and Chinese firms, and implication for clean energy, infrastructure and job-creation in both countries.
Dunne is the author of the book titled “American Wheels, Chinese Roads” and is a commentator on major outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Forbes. He’s originally from the Motor City and a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he received an MBA and a Masters in Chinese History.
This episode was recorded at UC San Diego Studio Ten300
Host: Samuel Tsoi Editors: Mike Fausner, Anthony King Production Support: Lei Guang, Susan Shirk, Amy Robinson, Sarah Pfledderer, Michelle Fredricks Music: Dave Liang/Shanghai Restoration Project Episode photo credit: Reuters