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Supervision key to emission reduction and standards upgrading

“Around 80 to 90 percent of heavy-duty trucks entering Beijing at night are State-I, II and III-emissions standards-compliant vehicles simply wearing State-IV emissions standards labels,” said Li Kunsheng, director of motor vehicle emissions administration from Beijing’s Environmental Protection Bureau at the recently held 2015 International Forum (TEDA) on Chinese Automotive

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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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Self-developed technology imperative for Chinese commercial vehicle makers

As China’s heavy-duty truck sales kept on falling with the emergence of e-commerce and logistics transportation, high-end trucks that are more efficient, safer and lighter are becoming future trend of the industry. Thus, self-developed technologies are imperative for Chinese commercial vehicle makers. The country is implementing stricter emissions standards under

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Beijing enforces State-V emissions standards for diesel engine trucks

BEIJING – China’s capital city Beijing began to enforce the State-V emissions standards for diesel engine heavy-duty trucks on June 1, 2015, according to a recent joint announcement of Beijing Environment Protection Bureau, Beijing Quality Technology Supervision Bureau, and the public Security Traffic Management Bureau of Beijing Municipal Bureau of

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Are commercial vehicles the culprit of smog pollution?

The State-IV emissions standards that have been postponed several times were finally implemented nationally at the beginning of this year. The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) has endeavored in persuading the government to coordinate the supply and supervision of fuel and AdBlue to guarantee the implementation of the new

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“Under the Dome” video documentary to impact industry in four ways

“Under the Dome” – the video documentary about China’s smog problems directed by veteran China Central Television (CCTV) investigative journalist Chai Jing has aroused heated discussion among the public and the industry since it was aired online on February 28. The documentary disclosed chronic malady of the commercial vehicle industry

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Guangzhou issues subsidy policy for yellow-labeled vehicle eliminatio

GUANGZHOU – The Guangzhou municipal government issued a subsidy policy to encourage vehicle owners to actively eliminate their yellow-labeled (heavy-polluting) vehicles before scheduled date, reported ycwb.com. The subsidy ranges from ¥5,000 ($802) to ¥30,000, covering 12 types of vehicles. Yellow-labeled vehicles are those gasoline vehicles that do not

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State-IV standards execution requires combined efforts of stakeholders

The Chinese government has issued several documents this year to strictly enforce State-IV emissions standards for diesel vehicles due to go into effect on January 1, 2015. The Newly Produced Motor Vehicle Environmental Protection Standards Compliance Supervision Planning, the Air Pollution Control Action Plan, and the Elimination Plan for Polluting

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