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China to Extend Auto Trade-in Subsidies to Year End
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May 24,2010

BEJING, May 24 -- China's government will extend subsidies for trade-in vehicles to the end of this year, the Shanghai Securities News reported, citing unidentified people.

The government will also provide as much as 60,000 yuan ($8,789) to individuals purchasing an electric vehicle and as much as 50,000 yuan for hybrids, the newspaper said in a separate article.

The policy on traded-in vehicles was due to expire on May 31 after being introduced on June 1 last year.

China's government is also scheduled to release a new plan for subsidizing individual purchases of alternative-energy fueled vehicles by end of the month.

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