Japan stops selling gasoline-engine cars by 2030Europost
Japan launched a major campaign, linked to environmentally friendly. The cabinet earmarked key incentives to curb usage of fossil based fuels.
Japan’s trade ministry is considering support for a shift to electric-powered vehicles and will map out a plan by the year-end, chief government spokesman Katsunobu Kato told a news conference on Thursday.
The government is considering abolishing sales of new gasoline-engine cars by the mid-2030s in favour of hybrid or electric vehicles in line with a global shift from traditionally powered cars, public broadcaster NHK reported.