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A historical record was set in the field of sales of electric cars in Norway last month, AP reported.

According to Christina Bu, the Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association’s general secretary, 58.4 % of new cars sold in the country in March were battery-powered, calling it “historically high.”

Bu noted that electric cars’ share of the market in the first three months of 2019 was 48.4% and is expected to hover around 50% for the whole year.

Norway’s Parliament has voted to require that all new cars sold in the Scandinavian country be electric by 2025.

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