Should the Pakistan government ask local producers of cars to produce hybrid cars?
I tend to believe that should the people of a place, in this case, Pakistan - desire a product then the local producers would find it in their own best interest to supply such a product. The producers will be both 1. doing business, which is what they exist to be doing, and 2. satisfying consumer demands - which is how any business stays in business.
I do like that you suggested government ask. Because when government dictates business things don't tend to work out so lovely.
Yes, I think all governments should help to increase electric/hybrid vehicle sales.
Many countries or provinces/states will offer a tax credit to those that buy hybrid or electric cars.
I think it would be wise for Pakistan to offer incentives on electric/hybrid cars this will help to adopt the technology and allow local producers to join the market, if they are really smart they put the best incentives on local electric/hybrid cars to boost the economy!
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