China considers extending purchase tax exemption for new energy vehicles
BEIJING, June 22 (Reuters) - China will step up support for automobile consumption and expects vehicle and auto-related consumption to increase by about 200 billion yuan in 2022, state media reported, citing a regular cabinet meeting on Wednesday.
China is also considering extending a purchase tax exemption for new energy vehicles, the meeting, chaired by premier Li Keqiang, said.
Reporting by Beijing newsroom and Brenda Goh; Editing by Andrew Heavens
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