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Guangzhou rolls out measures to boost auto sales
Update: 2020-03-23     Source: Xinhuanet.com

Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, has rolled out measures to boost consumption in the automobile sector, authorities said Saturday.

The measures cover aspects of encouraging purchases of new energy vehicles, facilitating technological upgrading and creating a sound environment for auto-related consumption.

More charging facilities will be installed in public parking lots and industrial parks in the city, and outdoor parking lots of government departments and organizations will also be equipped with such facilities, according to the municipal department of industry and information technology.

The city will also promote the recycling of vehicle batteries to lower the purchase cost of new energy vehicles.

Auto companies will be supported to innovate their sales mode via e-commerce, according to the measures.


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