• chinese government regulations driving adoption of low-voc

    Chinese Government Regulations Driving Adoption of Low-VOC

    In response, the Chinese government in recent years has passed legislation mandating the reduction of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions from manufacturing plants, including those that produce and those that use paints and coatings. The latest regulations were announced in December 2019 and are scheduled to take effect on December 1, 2020.

  • china’s voc control policies

    China’s VOC Control Policies

    2015 was a critical year for the implementation of the Air Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan in China. Significant policy advances were seen in many areas that year, especially in the comprehensive control of volatile organic compounds (VOCs)

  • china releases big plan for autonomous vehicles | china law

    China Releases Big Plan for Autonomous Vehicles | China Law

    The strict regulation of mapping activities in China has hampered the development of autonomous driving technology. The development of basic maps for intelligent vehicles as set forth by the Strategy is an effort by the Chinese government to meet the needs of HD mapping in the market by relaxing regulations in mapping activities.

  • the market for china autonomous vehicles | mckinsey

    The market for China autonomous vehicles | McKinsey

    In the short term, given China’s complex traffic environment, autonomous vehicles must adapt to road conditions and aggressive driving behaviors, which could slow adoption. However, a review of traffic severity worldwide reveals China’s problem as one of degree, not kind.

  • china's voc regulations may lead to industry restructuring

    China's VOC regulations may lead to industry restructuring

    Examines whether China's rules limiting emissions of volatile organic compounds in paints and coatings may bring about a major restructuring of the country's fragmented industry. Strict regulations that came into effect on July 1, 2002; Tax reliefs that will be recommended for companies that meet the standards; Three options available to local

  • adoption law of the people's republic of china - china.org.cn

    Adoption Law of the People's Republic of China - China.org.cn

    Article 3 Adoption shall not contravene laws and regulations on family planning. Chapter II Establishment of an Adoptive Relationship Article 4 Minors under the age of 14, as enumerated below, may

  • china vocs management | chemlinked

    China VOCs Management | ChemLinked

    So far, there are no regulations that specifically focuses on VOCs in China. Here, I will introduce the process VOCs control based on GB 37822-2019 Standard for fugitive emission of volatile organic compounds and the source VOCs control based on the promotion of Low-VOC products. 4.1 Fugitive emission management

  • autonomous vehicles: legal issues on - china law insight

    Autonomous vehicles: Legal issues on - China Law Insight

    Chinese government has been supporting the development of high technology such as AI and autonomous driving. For foreign investment, Chinese government has issued the 2018 Negative List and the list of restricted or prohibited areas has been greatly shortened.

  • china signals end to child birth limits by 2020 at latest

    China Signals End to Child Birth Limits by 2020 at Latest

    China’s parliament struck “family planning” policies from the latest draft of a sweeping civil code slated for adoption in 2020, the clearest signal yet that the leadership is moving to end

  • china mobility market outlook, 2020-2025 - china to solidify

    China Mobility Market Outlook, 2020-2025 - China to Solidify

    The Chinese government plans to focus on Fuel-cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) by keeping subsidies unchanged until 2020; this will increase penetration in the MD segment to 3.0%.

  • why chinese cities are banning the biggest adoption of green

    Why Chinese Cities Are Banning The Biggest Adoption Of Green

    Legally speaking, e-bikes are held under the same regulations as bicycles in China, which means that riders don’t need a license, any training, insurance, or even a helmet to operate one — all

  • why this country (not the usa) will be first to adopt

    Why This Country (Not The USA) Will Be First To Adopt

    China may not have pole position on autonomous driving technology and development, but it will be the first country where driverless cars go mainstream. Here are five important reasons why: 1.