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China announces guidelines to encourage use of methanol vehicles [2019-03-22]

BEIJING – Eight ministries and commissions headed by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) jointly released the Guidelines from Eight Government Organizations for Application of Methanol Vehicles in Select Regions on March 19.

Déjà vu: NDRC comes to the rescue, six measures announced to boost auto sales [2019-01-29]

BEIJING – The “visible hand” has been extended and automakers can again breathe a sigh of relief.

MIIT's ICV development action plan targeting 30 percent penetration rates of IoV and L2 ADAS by 2020 [2019-01-07]

BEIJING – China is targeting to achieve more than 30 percent penetration rates in both Internet of Vehicles (IoV), or telematics, and Level 2 advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) on new vehicles by 2020, according to the Internet of Vehicle (Intelligent Connected Vehicle) Industry Development Action Plan released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on December 27, 2018.

Auto investment regulations ushers in new era for entry approval and industry administration [2019-01-14]

The Administrative Regulations on Automotive Industry Investment (ARAII) is the most important policy for the auto industry in 2018 and revolutionizes investment entry regulations by simplifying administrative procedures for new investment through record-based administration rather than approval-based administration, allowing diversified entities to invest in battery electric vehicle production.

Contract manufacturing gets greenlight in MIIT's new regulations to streamline vehicle product entry approval [2018-12-07]

BEIJING – Contract manufacturing within subsidiaries of the same automotive group and across different automotive groups will be encouraged and allowed as long as certain conditions are met, according to the Administrative Regulations on the Entry of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers and Their Products released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on November 27, which was posted on MIIT’

China says "no" to low speed EVs [2018-11-12]

BEIJING – The axe has fallen on one of the most ubiquitous mobility tools that Chinese people in the big cities and small towns use to move around: low speed electric vehicles (LSEV).

These 27 automakers are in danger of losing their qualification to make EVs [2018-11-12]

BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) released the first batch of New Energy Vehicle Manufacturers for Special Public Notice, totaling 27 manufacturers, on November 7.

SAMR: China has recalled more than 67.4 million vehicles since 2004, including 35,600 NEVs [2018-11-02]

BEIJING – China has announced 1,172 recalls involving 67.4183 million vehicles as of October 21 since the country’

NEVs remain priority in new action plans to boost consumption and restructure transportation [2018-10-16]

BEIJING – The promotion of new energy vehicles through preferential policies will remain a priority as China looks to boost domestic consumption and restructure its transportation network through two separate actions plans announced in early October.

MIIT: NEV manufacturers must conduct special investigation on safety hazards [2018-11-12]

BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has sent a notice to new energy passenger vehicle and truck manufacturers asking them to begin a special investigation into their new energy vehicles for safety hazards.

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