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When we first saw the BMW Gets Help From China for First Electric Mini Cooper Platform video on the Bloomberg Television channel, we knew our community would want to stream it as soon as possible. So we wrote this article to publish it as soon as possible.
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For your information, you can find below the description of the video BMW Gets Help From China for First Electric Mini Cooper Platform published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
BMW is unveiling a fully electric platform for its Mini brand as the automaker looks to leverage its popular three-door hatchback to compete with a range of smaller Chinese battery-powered vehicles pushing into Europe. The new generation of the Mini Cooper EV will be on display at next week’s IAA car show in Munich. BMW CEO Oliver Zipse spoke with Bloomberg's Oliver Crook about embracing competition with China, the slowdown in the world's second largest economy and EV pricing.
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