The Chinese government is extending incentives for buyers purchasing new cars. The move includes a subsidy program that encourages farmers and other rural residents to buy new vehicles. Industry and Information Technology Minister Li Yizhong tells a news conference the incentive programs are being extended because of their success in stimulating domestic demand. “The fundamental reason behind the dynamic performance is the series of stimulus policies we doled out,” Li is quoted as ...

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