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Guangzhou issues subsidy policy for yellow-labeled vehicle elimination [2014-11-24]

GUANGZHOU – The Guangzhou municipal government issued a subsidy policy to encourage vehicle owners to actively eliminate their yellow-labeled (heavy-polluting) vehicles before scheduled date, reported ycwb.

Elimination progress of polluting and old vehicles in 31 provinces [2014-11-24]

BEIJING – China eliminated 3,978,800 units of polluting (yellow-labeled) and old vehicles in the first nine months of the year, accounting for 66.

China releases second catalogue of purchase tax free NEV models [2014-11-24]

BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released the list of 2nd batch of purchase tax free NEV models on its official website on October 29.

China to stop low-speed truck production [2014-11-23]

BEIJING – China will stop low-speed truck production as of 2017, according to a statement by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on its website in early November.

Free Trade Zone policy hints possible changes in equity ratio [2014-11-18]

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.

Equity restriction of 50:50 remains in China's automotive industry [2014-11-13]

BEIJING – Vehicle manufacturing remains restricted in China and foreign companies still cannot hold more than 50 percent equity shares of a vehicle manufacturing joint venture, according to a revised version of the Industry Catalogue for Foreign Investment (Amended 2011) released by China’

MIIT releases second catalogue of sales tax-exempt NEVs [2014-11-04]

BEIJING – China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and the General Tax Bureau released the official catalogue of the second set of sales tax-exempt NEV models on October 29.

China to eliminate old, heavy-polluting vehicles in three years [2014-11-03]

BEIJING – China will eliminate old, heavy-polluting vehicles in three years nationwide, reported Economic Daily or Jingji Ribao, citing an official from the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).

The controversy and nature of China's anti-monopoly crackdown (II) [2014-11-03]

NDRC actions American, German and Japanese auto companies have already been affected, but Chinese and Korean companies are also in NDRC’

New bus standards to be implemented on July 1, 2015 [2014-10-27]

BEIJING – China will amend standards for the bus sector such as the Bus Seat and Fixed Part Intensity Standards and the Technical Requirements and Test Methods of Commercial Vehicle and Trailer Brake Systems, according to a report in Workers Daily, citing a press release jointly published recently by the Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) and the National Standards Commission (NSC).

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