Electric vehicle and end-of-life vehicle estimation in Malaysia 2040

  title={Electric vehicle and end-of-life vehicle estimation in Malaysia 2040},
  author={Muhammad Bin Azmi and Akihiro Tokai},
  journal={Environment Systems and Decisions},
  • M. Azmi, A. Tokai
  • Published 14 June 2017
  • Engineering
  • Environment Systems and Decisions
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