Caixin
Sep 27, 2022 03:53 AM
CHINA

China Extends NEV Purchase Tax Exemption Another Year

In the first eight months this year, China’s NEV sales reached 3.86 million units, more than double from a year ago.
In the first eight months this year, China’s NEV sales reached 3.86 million units, more than double from a year ago.

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and Ministry of Finance extended the exemption on 10% purchase taxes for new energy vehicles (NEVs) until the end of 2023 as the government plans to phase out a long-running subsidy program by year-end.

The government has been signaling the third extension of the purchase-tax exemption since July. In August, Premier Li Keqiang told a State Council executive meeting that the tax exemptions will amount to 100 billion yuan ($14 billion).

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