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MIIT: Pushing the Raw Materials Prices for NEV Back to Normal as soon as Possible
Apr 19, 2022 17:10CST
Source:SMM
Luo Junjie, the spokesman of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), said at the press conference of the State Council Office on April 19 that MIIT planned to moderately speed up the development of resources in China, and would work with relevant departments to resolutely crack down on unfair competition such as hoarding and driving up prices, pushing the prices of raw materials for new energy vehicles back to normal as soon as possible.

SHANGHAI, Apr 19 (SMM) - Luo Junjie, the spokesman of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), said at the press conference of the State Council Office on April 19 that MIIT planned to moderately speed up the development of resources in China, and would work with relevant departments to resolutely crack down on unfair competition such as hoarding and driving up prices, pushing the prices of raw materials for new energy vehicles back to normal as soon as possible. Besides, Luo indicated that the automobile industry chain and supply chain should play the role of coordinator, and strive to ensure the production and supply of spare parts. MIIT should also pay attention to strengthening the layout of resources and resolutely curb blind investment and redundant construction, said the spokesman.
 



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