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Zheng Shajie, Director of the National Development and Reform Commission: More pragmatic measures will be taken to support the development of enterprises in the new energy automobile industry

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The 2024 China Electric Vehicles 100 Forum Held in Beijing

On March 16th, the 2024 China Electric Vehicles 100 Forum high-level forum took place in Beijing, focusing on the theme of “Consolidating and Expanding the Development Advantages of New Energy Vehicles.” The event saw the participation of industry experts, policymakers, and key stakeholders, including Zheng Shajie, Director of the National Development and Reform Commission, who delivered a keynote speech.

During his address, Zheng Shanjie emphasized the significant potential of China’s new energy automobile industry, highlighting the need for continuous innovation, quality improvement, cost reduction, and technological advancement. He urged industry players to deepen international cooperation, address potential risks, and seize opportunities for growth in the sector.

The National Development and Reform Commission pledged to provide pragmatic support to enterprises in the new energy automobile industry, aiming to foster high-quality development and innovation in the sector. The Commission also emphasized collaboration with relevant parties to drive progress and create new opportunities for industry players.

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