Even though China is the forerunner in the EV charging infrastructure, the rest of the APAC (Asia Pacific) countries are not lagging far behind. Japan and South Korea are also amping up their EV charger deployment rate by incentivizing EVs. While Australia and India may have had a slow start, their recent federal budgets have invested heavily in charging infrastructure to make EVs more readily available.
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