BEIJING — China's government is expected to announce a car consumption policy aimed at spurring private car sales that will prohibit local governments from restricting their purchase and use, insiders here say. The policy reportedly covers four areas: tax and fee administration, urban development coordination, credit policy and private car sales. The plan calls for taxes and fees on cars to be reduced and procedures for their collection simplified. Sources say the policy stipulates that ...

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