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The annual session and the auto industry

The government work report delivered by Premier Li Keqiang at this year’s annual session of the National People’s Congress (NPC) on March 5 again touched upon several issues related to the auto industry. Automotive executives who are delegates of the NPC or members of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

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China to ban the sale of below State-V standards gas and diesel from 2017

BEIJING – China will supply State-V emissions standard-compliant gasoline (including E10 ethanol), and diesel (including B5 biodiesel) in all regions starting on January 1, 2017, according a joint statement of 11 government departments including the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Finance, and

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State-V emissions standards post new challenges for truck makers

Eleven Chinese eastern cities including Beijing, Tianjin and cities in Hebei Province will officially implement the State-V emissions standards starting from April 1, 2016. All diesel engine heavy-duty trucks should abide by the new standards starting from July 1, 2017, according to the government. And the new standards will definitely

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New policies to affect the commercial vehicle industry in 2016

Chinese central and local governments will keep on promoting energy-saving and emissions reduction in the commercial vehicle industry in 2016 with policies focusing on emissions reduction, yellow-labeled vehicle elimination, new energy vehicles, logistics and auto parts. The State-V emissions standards kick off Beijing has led the emissions standards upgrading

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China sets timetable of State-V emissions standards for diesel vehicles

BEIJING – China plans to implement the State-V emissions standards for diesel engine vehicles gradually around the country starting on April 1, 2016. All the imported, sold and registered light gasoline vehicles, light diesel engine vehicles, and heavy-duty diesel engine vehicles (limited to public transportation buses, sanitary and post vehicles) in

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Yuchai and Weichai compete for stricter emissions standards market

As the heavy-duty truck market slumped in the first half, engine manufacturers were also hit heavily. Thus, many of them started to compete fiercely in specific market segments as a tactic. Beijing started to implement the Beijing-V emissions standards for heavy-duty trucks from June 1 with the stricter Super Beijing-V

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