China will supply fuel for the purchase of cars with internal combustion engines

China will supply fuel for the purchase of cars with internal combustion engines

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China is offering fuel for the purchase of cars with internal combustion engines

The government of the People's Republic of China voiced about the new packages of fuel, calling for pidshtovkhnut and interest in cars. Moreover, the stench is not only for electric vehicles, drinking on yak podrimuyut in rich countries, but also cars with traditional fire engines, write Fitch Ratings. So come on in to help the quiet car traffic get informed after the lockdown and balance the drink, which is saved from the environmentally friendly cars.

From the beginning of 2022 until the end of 2022, the tax for the purchase of cars with internal combustion engines will be reduced from 10 to 5 tons in China. Under the program, up to 90 thousand cars are included, which are sold in the country from the Far Eastern Far East: the stench is due to cost less than 300,000 yuan and mother engines with a volume of two liters or less.

When it comes to electric cars, the government saves a lot of money, which will last until 2023. So, buyers of electric cars are charged with a transport tax, as well as the right to withdraw subsidies for the purchase – they recently began to promote them in Shanghai and Shenzhen. In the Crimea, on the first day of the year, a program for the promotion of “green” cars from the agricultural sector will be introduced.

China is a world leader in the sale of electric cars. For the data of the mass association of car manufacturers, sales of battery cars of the past year rose 2.6 times compared to the previous year and became 2.91 million units. They received state subsidies, as well as an increase in the diversity of the segment of inexpensive models.

At the same time, the largest number of car dealerships in the world is negotiated on a disastrous day, which turned out to be a record for the last two years: sales of cars shortened by 36 tons to 1.06 million units. The reason for this is the fall of COVID-19, which called for severe lockdowns and zero sales in Shanghai.