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Markus Delfs

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Markus Delfs assumed the position as Head of “Sustainable Transition – Investment & Infrastructure, Energy, Mobility, Waste” of GIZ in China in June 2019. He is responsible for Sino-German policy dialogues and technical cooperation projects in these fields.

The newest issue of our China Transport Sector Policy Briefing is here! The Sustainable Mobility Team at GIZ in China provides you with regular summaries of important policies in China’s transport sector. Inside this issue of the China Transport Sector Policy Briefing As China has slowly been regaining some kind of normalcy after the break induced by COVID-19, the built-up policy decision-making processes for 2020 have come into full swing in April and May. Below you will find Issue 2 of the China Transport Sector Policy Briefing 2020, with summaries of highly relevant and exciting developments in April and May. Please click here to download the China Sector Policy Briefing 2020, Issue 2Download Selected highlights of this Issue are: The economic slump caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has put a buffer on China’s economic and infrastructure ambitions. The National People’s Congress and the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political…

The newest issue of our China Transport Sector Policy Briefing is here! The Sustainable Mobility Team at GIZ in China provides you with regular summaries of important policies in China’s transport sector. Inside this issue of the China Transport Sector Policy Briefing After an extended break due to COVID-19, the China Transport Policy Briefing is back with its 1st issue of 2020. Whilst in Europe the pandemic situation is still in full swing, Beijing has been resuming work in a “new reality” after the wave has been overcome. Enclosed you will find summaries of highly relevant and exciting developments of December, January, February and March. Please click here to download the China Transport Policy Briefing 2020, 01Download Selected highlights of this Issue are: The economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic hit the Chinese car market while it was already at a low point. After several weeks of tight restrictions,…

The newest issue of our China Transport Sector Policy Briefing is here! The Sustainable Mobility Team at GIZ in China provides you with regular summaries of important policies in China’s transport sector. Inside this issue of the China Transport Sector Policy Briefing The 6th Issue of the China Transport Sector Policy Briefing 2019, as this year’s winter edition, covers highly relevant and exciting developments in August, September, October and November . Please click here to download China Transport Sector Policy Briefing Issue 6 2019 Summer Edition One of the highlights of this issue is that China published its “Outline for Building China’s Strength in Transport”, which describes the future vision and roadmap for China’s transport sector with a clear message: China wants to become a global transport superpower by 2050 (Article #9). Read more about how this plan fits into China’s policy making in our Blog Article: How China Wants to…

The newest issue of our China Transport Sector Policy Briefing is here! The Sustainable Mobility Team at GIZ in China provides you with regular summaries of important policies in China’s transport sector. Inside this issue of the China Transport Sector Policy Briefing The 5th Issue of the China Transport Sector Policy Briefing 2019, as this year’s summer edition, covers highly relevant and exciting developments in May, June and July. Please click here to download China Transport Sector Policy Briefing Issue 5 2019 Summer Edition One of the highlights of this Issue is that China discusses to adjust its Dual Credit System, which is used to reward or penalise carmakers based on their share of NEVs and Corporate Average Fuel Consumption. The Chinese government has also released work plans to develop standards on New Energy Vehicles (NEVs) and Intelligent and Connected Vehicles (ICVs), directly referencing the cooperation with Germany and the EU.…