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China’s capital Beijing mulls measures to boost automobile sales, may offer 100,000 new-energy car quota


China's capital city of Beijing is considering several measures to boost automobile sales, according to an article published on the website of the country's Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday afternoon.

The measures under consideration include providing incentives for old car replacement and releasing at least 100,000 new-energy car quota for first-time car buyers in the first half of the year, according to the article.

In addition, Beijing may introduce special . . .

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