PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts novel sharing concepts will see dramatic changes in stocks of cars by 2030 with numbers dropping in the U.S. and Europe but soaring in China. The consultancy says in a new report the number of cars in the U.S. will fall by 58 million to 212 million and by 80 million to 200 million in Europe. By contrast, it predicts, the number of cars in China will soar by 100 million to top 280 million. The PwC report outlines a series of seemingly contradictory findings: ...

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