Classification: LAWS & REGULATIONS
Free Trade Zone policy hints possible changes in equity ratio [2014-10-15]

A new State Council document released on September 28 indicates that China’s equity share control in automobile assembly may be lifted down the road.

New energy public buses to reach 200,000 in 2020 [2014-10-10]

BEIJING – China plans to put 200,000 new energy public buses on the streets by 2020, according to the “

Garbage dump truck exemption of purchase tax cancelled [2014-10-09]

BEIJING – The exemption policy of garbage dump truck purchase tax was cancelled on August 28, according to a statement from the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) released on September 9.

China announces industry policy changes in Shanghai FTZ [2014-09-29]

BEIJING – China has announced a round of temporary industry policy changes with an aim to attract more investment into the Shanghai Free Trade Zone (FTZ).

China publishes compulsory disclosure of automobile repair information [2014-09-24]

China published the “Guidelines for the Advancement of the Automobile Repair Industry and Service Quality”

Behind China's largest anti-monopoly fine and Hitachi's voluntary surrender [2014-09-15]

On August 20 China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) ordered eight Japanese auto parts and four bearing makers to pay an unprecedented ¥1.

China fines 12 Japanese suppliers ¥1.24 billion for price fixing [2014-09-12]

BEIJING – The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China’s anti-monopoly regulator, announced on August 20 to fine 12 Japanese automobile parts and bearings makers a total of ¥1.

China fines Chrysler, Audi on monopoly charges [2014-09-11]

BEIJING — China on Thursday announced it will fine Audi $40.5 million and Chrysler $5.2 million in a sweeping anti-monopoly probe of the auto industry that has prompted complaints foreign businesses are being treated unfairly.

China cuts, decentralizes more government approvals [2014-08-21]

BEIJING – The State Council has revised 21 administrative regulations to cancel or decentralize administrative approvals.

Antitrust probes 'won't deter investors' [2014-08-19]

Antitrust investigations into foreign companies in China will not scare away foreign investors despite the inflow of overseas spending in July hitting a two-year low, an official said on Monday.

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