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China continues to promote energy-saving vehicles

China will strictly implement energy-saving and emission reduction measures in the 12th Five-Year Plan period (2011-2015), according to government officials and industry executives at an annual forum held in Tianjin on September 2-4. The Chinese government will promote energy-saving vehicles by providing subsidies and raise national standards on fuel economy.

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Zhang Xiangmu: China to attach equal importance to energy-saving vehicles and NEVs

“It will take a long time to realize mass production of new energy vehicles given the instability and low level of the China auto industry,” said Zhang Xiangmu, director of Equipment Manufacturing Industry Department of MIIT. “And a more realistic and effective method for emissions reduction is to upgrade and

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China starts verification of energy-saving vehicles

BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), the National Development and Reform Committee (NDRC) and the Ministry of Finance (MOF) jointly published the Inspection Measures for the Promotion of Energy-Saving Vehicles (passenger vehicles of 1.6L and below) (the Inspection Measures), in an effort to control the promotion

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China starts verification of energy saving vehicles

BEIJING - China published the "Inspection Measures for the Promotion of Energy Saving Vehicles ( passenger vehicles of 1.6L and below)" (Inspection Measures) in an effort to verify if vehicles included in the energy saving vehicle product meet qualifications. According to the Inspection Measures, vehicles with fuel consumption higher than

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China’s NDRC releases catalogue of third-batch energy-saving vehicles

BEIJING - The National Development and Reform Committee (NDRC), the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), and the Ministry of Finance jointly announced the list of third-batch subsidy-eligible energy-saving vehicles on September 30. The new catalogue shows 74 energy-saving vehicle models from 17 automakers, including Beijing-Hyundai, BYD Auto, Chang'an-Ford-Mazda,

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