Shenzhen looks to a pollution fee to drive adoption of electric taxis and buses

Shenzhen's government has recently disclosed that it is studying a new policy to charge traditional internal combustion engine vehicle owners a pollution fee. The new policy is anticipated to come out by the end of 2012, and the expense will depend on the volume of the engines and the annual mileage...

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