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China EV100 Forum 2018: NEV policy continuity to be maintained

BEIJING – China will continue to maintain the continuity of policies for new energy vehicles, according to Wan Gang, minster of the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST). Wan made the comments in his speech at the China EV100 Forum 2018 held in Beijing on January 20-21, which attracted some 3,000

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MIIT issues CAFC credit trade off and carry over requirements for 2016 and 2017

BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) issued the Notice on the Management of Passenger Vehicle Corporate Average Fuel Consumption (CAFC) for 2016 and 2017 on November 3. According to the Notice, companies that incurred negative CAFC credits in 2016 can trade off their negative credits with

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2017 IFCAID: Auto industry to see major policy changes ahead

TIANJIN – China’s auto industry will be seeing major policy changes ahead, according to senior officials from the country’s various ministries and commissions who spoke at the 2017 International Forum (TEDA) on Chinese Automotive Industry Development (IFCAID) held in Tianjin on September 8-10. Timetable being drafted to ban traditional fuel

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MAS@Shanghai 0713 recap: incentive policy “stole” 2.5-3 million vehicles from 2017

SHANGHAI – The incentive policy “stole” 2.5-3 million units in passenger vehicle sales from 2017, worth about one month of sales, into 2016, according to John Zeng, director of Asia Pacific Forecasting at LMC Automotive, citing passenger vehicle registration data. Zeng shared the interesting observation at CBU/CAR’s Monthly Automotive Salon

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CUCA 2017: China’s used vehicle market undergoing major transformation

WUHAN, Hubei – China’s used vehicle market is undergoing major transformation and industry stakeholders better recognize this and grasp new development opportunities. That was the consensus among participants at the 2017 China Used Car Assembly organized by China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA) here on July 5-7. Shen Jinjun, president of

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China’s used vehicle market moving into fast lane, says CADA President Shen Jinjun

WUHAN, Hubei – China’s used vehicle market is moving into the fast lane, according to Shen Jinjun, president of China Automobile Dealers Association (CADA). Shen made the comments in his opening speech at the 2017 China Used Car Assembly organized by CADA in Wuhan on July 5 and offered three

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Major policies affecting the heavy-duty truck and freight transport industries in 2017

With the implementation of the GB1589-2016 standards in 2016, China’s heavy-duty truck and freight industries have already went through a round of “shock.” What additional policies – ones that are currently in effect and those that will go into effect – will affect how the two industries development? Which ones

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CADA forum looks to solidify dealer confidence as growth spurt nears end

If having confidence is golden was the key message at the 2015 China Automobile Dealers Industry Convention, then maintaining and solidifying that confidence certainly was the core message at the 2016 event. Some 2,000 people from auto dealers and related service providers large and small attended the event organized by

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AutoLab forum talks manufacturing, using and financing the vehicle

The Third AutoLab Auto Industry Annual Forum organized by AutoLab, a communications and service platform focused on new energy vehicles, telematics, aftermarket, e-commerce and entrepreneurship and investment, was held on December 2 in Shanghai. With a theme of “Uniting Forces and Confronting Transformation,” the forum discussed new manufacturing movement, smart

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