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China mulls a slew of measures to boost spending on autos, home appliances, electronics


Chinese government is said to be considering a slew of new measures to boost spending on automobiles, home appliances and consumers electronics such as mobile phones, in a bid to revive the slowing economic growth, despite the latest upbeat economic data.

The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's top economic planner, has sent a draft plan on measures to boost spending on cars, home appliances and consumer electronics to other government departments and agencies to solicit opinions . . .

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