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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.

China may see changes in vehicle distribution system [2014-08-08]

China’s General Administration of Industry and Commerce (GAIC) announced on August 1 that as of October 1, 2014, it will no longer accept filings of business licenses for general automobile dealerships and franchised automobile dealerships.

China to reform the Hukou system [2014-08-07]

 BEIJING - China is to overhaul its Hukou or resident registration system, according to the official Xinhua News Agency release on July 30.

Franchised automobile sales may change in China [2014-08-04]

BEIJING – The General Administration of Industry and Commerce announced on August 1 that as of October 1, 2014, it will no longer accept filings of business licenses for general automobile dealerships and franchised automobile dealerships.

Eight new CV-related policies and regulations effective July 1 [2014-07-28]

Eight new policies and regulations related to the manufacturing and distribution of commercial vehicles went into effect on July 1.

Government vehicle reform to impact China's automobile market [2014-07-25]

China’s State Council released concrete guidelines on July 16 to terminate official cars, an effective endeavor in cutting huge expenditures on automobiles for government officials.

China sets timetable for government vehicle reform [2014-07-18]

BEIJING – China central authorities on Wednesday released guidelines for the reform of the supply and use of government vehicles as part of their efforts to cut huge spending in the area, reported Xinhuanet.

Guangzhou to eliminate more than 15,000 yellow-labeled vehicles [2014-07-15]

GUANGZHOU – Guangdong provincial government plans to eliminate 15,343 yellow-labeled vehicles in Guangzhou this year to improve the air quality in the capital city of the province, according to the Notice of Plan on Subsidies for Eliminating Yellow-Labeled Vehicles and Rewards for Improving Boiler in 2014 recently released by the department of finance of Guangdong provincial government.

Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei circle may charge traffic congestion and pollution fees [2014-07-07]

BEIJING – Traffic congestion and pollution fees could be charged to vehicle owners in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei circle, a region covering an area of 120,000 square km and 90 million people, according to the Priority Work of Air Pollution Prevention in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Circle and Surrounding Areas in 2014 recently released by the Office of Air Pollution Control Coordination of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Circle and Surrounding Areas.

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