All in the "reportedly" category now, but If something is in short supply, and there is growing demand up goes the price.
Of course its just business, whatever the validity of the reasons trotted out. If BYD can continue to blow the competion away, without losing market share through increasing prices then its just selling your products for what the market will bear. Lose a couple of big contracts to CATL, or other competitors, if they dont follow suit, and BYD will be back in line pronto.
The comments section makes an interesting read, and it is mainly USA based (and biased?)
Here's one as. a flavour
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