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Korean officials will move to electric vehicles

The South Korean government has announced plans to replace up to 25 percent of their official vehicles with electric vehicles.

Replacing official government vehicles with electric vehicles will begin with 2015, reports IA news agency Ruscor, citing the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy. According to the decree, the government demanded to replace more than half of its vehicles with small or hybrid cars.

The decision became part of the South Korean initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 by 2020 per year.

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