China Cuts Subsidies: Green Cars Sales Drop 34%

  • Date: 14/10/19
  • Financial Times

Purchases fell for third consecutive month following government cuts to subsidies

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New energy vehicle sales in China, the world’s largest car market, fell for the third month in a row as a slowdown in the overall market expands to electric vehicles following cuts in government subsidies.

Sales of NEVs — which include hybrids and fully electric cars — sank 34.2 per cent in September from a year earlier, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers….

Changes to the subsidy regime, announced in March, that limited support to only a handful of top-performing marques, have raised doubts about the longevity of a number of Chinese electric carmakers.

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