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China to allow CAFC+NEV credit transfer among JVs [2019-10-17]

BEIJING – Foreign-invested vehicle joint ventures will be able to transfer CAFC (Corporate Average Fuel Consumption) and NEV (New Energy Vehicle) credits among themselves, in an amendment that will be made to the Parallel Administrative Measures for Passenger Vehicle Corporate Average Fuel Consumption (CAFC) and New Energy Vehicle (NEV) Credits, which is currently under revision, according to a decision announced at an executive meeting of the State Council chaired by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on October 16.

Vehicle purchase restrictions to be relaxed in new measures to boost consumption, but details lacking [2019-08-29]

BEIJING – China is exploring ways to gradually loosen or remove vehicle purchase restrictions in areas where such restrictions are in place and support the purchase of new energy vehicles in areas where relevant conditions exist, part of a series of measures announced by the State Council on August 27 to beef up domestic consumption.

CAFC+NEV "dual credit" scheme "adjusted:" new ratios set for 2021-2023 [2019-07-10]

BEIJING – China’s “dual credit” scheme for passenger vehicles is getting a makeover.

NDRC deals another "wild card," says no to NEV restrictions [2019-06-10]

BEIJING – In a bid to boost domestic consumption of consumer products and in particular new energy vehicles, the National Development & Reform Commission (NDRC) has released another set of measures less than six months after it released the Implementation Plan (2019) to Further Optimize Supply and Drive Stable Consumption Growth to Promote the Formation of a Strong Domestic Market to revitalize the weakening economy.

China to eliminate expressway provincial toll stations by yearend [2019-05-09]

BEIJING – China plans to eliminate provincial toll stations on expressways by the end of this year, according to decisions made at the State Council executive meeting chaired by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on May 5.

MIIT: FCEVs will coexist with BEVs long into the future [2019-07-24]

BEIJING – Fuel cell vehicles (FCEV) powered by hydrogen will coexist with battery electric vehicles (BEV) long into the future to meet the requirements of transportation and individual mobility demands, according to Huang Libin, spokesperson of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) and head of its bureau of coordination for operation monitoring.

Until further notice: China to continue to suspend extra tariffs on U.S. vehicles and auto parts [2019-04-02]

BEIJING – The State Council said in a statement on March 31 that China will continue to suspend additional tariffs on American-made vehicles and auto parts after April 1, in a goodwill gesture following a U.S. decision to delay tariff hikes on Chinese imports.

Almost gone: China cuts NEV subsidies in half, local subsidies eliminated [2019-04-18]

BEIJING – After nearly three months of suspense, rumors and anticipation, the Ministry of Finance (MOF), Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology and National Development and Reform Commission shocked the industry with a steeper than expected cut in new energy vehicle subsidies for 2019.

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.

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