The city of Guiyang, the capital of southwestern China’s Guizhou province, removed car purchase restrictions, making it the first Chinese city to make the move in response to Beijing's call to boost spending on automobiles, part of the efforts to spur consumption and economic growth.
The move comes after the central government urged local governments to lift restrictive measures on car purchase to further tap China’s consumption potential and better meet the demand of Chinese consumers.
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