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Beijing completes emissions transformation of 8,800 diesel engine buses

BEIJING – Beijing completed emissions transformation of 8,800 diesel engine public transport buses in July, which will reduce 2,800 tons of NOx emissions per year, reported Beijing Times. According to research, the State-IV and V (equals to Euro-IV and V) emissions standards of China have design defects and vehicles compliant

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State-IV emissions standards due for implementation next year

China will put an end to the circular of diesel vehicles that meet State-III emissions standards on December 31, 2014, according to the No. 27 announcement issued by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on April 23. No State-III emissions standards-compliant diesel vehicles will be allowed for sale

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Technology advancement to be key to China’s future heavy-duty trucks

Technology advancement will be crucial to China’s future heavy-duty trucks, according to several OEM and supplier executives. The commercial vehicle emissions and components technologies in China in a decade will not be able to reach the current levels of those in developed countries, said Wang Bin, president and CEO of

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Tang Dagang: State IV emissions standards to be implemented on time

  BEIJING – With reports out that State IV (Euro IV) emissions standards for diesel engine vehicles will be postponed for the third time, Tang Dagang, director of Motor Vehicle Emission Monitoring Center, Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP), said that no delay will occur, reported find800.cn. Tang asked nearly all

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State IV/V engines highlight Engine China 2010, but market adoption faces obstacles

At the 9th China International Internal Combustion Engine & Components Exhibition (Engine China 2010) held in Beijing in late November, State IV and V emissions standards-compliant engines were the main attractions. Almost every major engine manufacturer who exhibited at the show displayed their State IV-compliant engines, while some even showcased

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State IV emissions standards for heavy-duty vehicles delayed until 2012

BEIJING – State IV (equivalent to Euro IV) emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles of 3.5 tons and above is expected to go into effect nationally as early as 2012 and possibly as late as 2013, according to a report on cvworld.cn citing an unnamed executive from China National Heavy-Duty Truck

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