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Gasoline cars become part of the eco-effort

Currently, all attention is focused on e-mobility. But for the foreseeable future, gasoline-powered cars will still make up the majority of new registrations. China is therefore now also providing incentives to at least buy particularly fuel-efficient cars during the transition phase. Light, small, and clean gasoline engines will receive a “reasonable” subsidy, as the National Economic Commission NDRC has announced. However, the priority remains clear: EVs have priority and enjoy “vigorous” promotion. To this end, the infrastructure, in particular, is to be improved. Authorities plan to quickly build more charging points and battery exchange stations. fin

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