Classification: LAWS & REGULATIONS
China 6 emissions standards for diesel vehicles to take effect January 1, 2020 [2016-10-20]

BEIJING – China’s Stage 6 (China 6) emissions standards for diesel vehicles is expected to go into effect nationwide on January 1, 2020, according to the Limits and Measurement Methods (China Phase VI) for Emissions from Compression-Ignition and Spark-Ignition Engines and Automobiles (Draft to Solicit Comments) released by the Ministry of Environmental Protection on October 11.

MOT voices tough stance on oversized and overloaded trucks [2016-10-17]

BEIJING – A one-year special action to regulate and control the oversize and overloading of highway trucks is being conducted by the Ministry of Transport (MOT) together with the Ministry of Public Security (MPS), according to MOT spokesman Xu Chengguang in a statement posted on MOT’

China to no longer approve new gasoline-powered vehicle factories [2016-10-12]

BEIJING – China will no longer approve, in principle, new gasoline-powered vehicle factories, according to a statement issued after an executive meeting of the State Council presided by Premier Li Keqiang on October 8.

NDRC to consider carbon quota trade policy for NEVs [2016-08-29]

BEIJING – China is considering using carbon quota trade to replace financial subsidies for NEVs, according the Administrative Methods of New Energy Vehicle Carbon Quota (Draft For Comments) released recently by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).

MOT new regulations legalize car hailing service industry [2016-08-17]

BEIJING – The Ministry of Transportation issued a new regulation to legalize the car hailing service industry on July 28 in Beijing.

MIIT report shows improved average fuel consumption for PVs [2016-07-31]

BEIJING – China’s corporate average fuel consumption (CAFC) for passenger vehicles was 7.

Foreign enterprises encouraged to independently produce power battery, motorcycle and vehicular systems in FTZs [2016-07-31]

BEIJING – The State Council adjusted regulations in China’s pilot FTZs on July 19 and foreign enterprises are encouraged to independently engage in 12 business industries or areas.

China's subsidy for e-buses likely to be cut by 50 percent [2016-06-27]

China will adjust the subsidies for new energy vehicles and those for pure electric buses (6-10 meters) may be cut by 50 percent, according to evpartner.

Government launches ¥4.7 trillion plan to improve infrastructure in next three years [2016-05-15]

BEIJING – A three-year action plan to improve the country’s infrastructure has been formally launched, with a total investment of ¥4.

Subsidy to drop dramatically on 6-8 m electric bus [2016-04-21]

BEIJING – China may soon release new subsidy policies for new energy vehicles for the 13th Five-Year Plan period, according to a report on cvworld.

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