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Beijing issues China’s first guidelines to allow autonomous vehicle testing on public roads

BEIJING – The Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport, Beijing Traffic Management Bureau and Beijing Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology jointly issued The Guidelines on Accelerating the Road Test of Autonomous Vehicles in Beijing and The Regulations on Managing and Implementing the Road Test of Autonomous Vehicles in Beijing

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New guidelines to promote healthy development of car sharing

BEIJING – China has launched new guidelines to support the country’s booming car sharing industry and standardize its development. The Guidelines to Boost Healthy Development of Vehicle Rental and Leasing was jointly released by the Ministry of Transport (MOT) and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MHURD) on August

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Pressure mounting for carmakers as market cools and tougher policies arrive

China’s auto sales in May were flat over the same previous month and through the first five months, sales were only up 3.71 percent, according to data released by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on June 12. Worth noting is passenger vehicle sales were down 2.64 percent in May

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MIIT and NDRC issue new guidelines on automotive investment

BEIJING – The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) jointly released a new set of guidelines on June 12 aiming to alter the structure of the auto industry, improve the administration of automotive investment projects, enhance monitoring and warning mechanisms of

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China drafting policies to improve management on auto investment project

BEIJING – China is drafting Guidelines for Improving Management on Automobile Investment Projects, according to a report by Economic Information Daily citing an official of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC). The content of the guidelines includes to prohibit approval of new investment projects for traditional automobile manufacturing, strictly

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Government vehicle reform to impact China’s automobile market

China’s State Council released concrete guidelines on July 16 to terminate official cars, an effective endeavor in cutting huge expenditures on automobiles for government officials. As an important part of China’s campaign of combating corruption and deepening reform, the termination of official cars is expected to have great implications for

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