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Huang Yonghe: Auto industry confronting four “new normals”

The auto industry is confronting four “new normals,”according to Huang Yonghe, chief engineer and director of policy research at the Tianjin-based China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC). The four “new normals” Huang referred to were vehicle registration and operation restrictions, anti-monopoly, parallel import and public disclosure of automotive repair

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Parliament members discuss auto industry reform at annual meeting

Senior automotive executives and officials who are members of China’s parliament, the National People’s Congress (NPC)and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), put forward a variety of legislative proposals and suggestions related to China’s auto industry during the annual session in Beijing last week. The following is a summary

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Guangzhou launches restriction on vehicle registration on July 1

GUANGZHOU – The Guangzhou municipal government officially launched a license plate registration restriction on mid-size and small passenger vehicles on July 1, with the specified increment quota of 120,000 units during the one-year trial period. The new policy on vehicle registration restriction was announced by the Guangzhou municipal government

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China’s government spending on vehicles exceeds £¤3 billion in 2010

Up to July 26, 86 out of the 98 departments of the Chinese government had reported a total of ¥6.38 billion ($938.5 million) in the so-called “three areas of consumption with public funds” for the year 2010, according to statistics provided by People’s Net. Of the three areas, which cover

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