Organizers c Beijing Motor Showscheduled for late April, Saturday said it was postponing the event until further notice due to COVID-19 revival across the country.

“We will pay close attention to the development of the epidemic and will strive to improve the organization of activities and maintenance work in accordance with the requirements of the policy of prevention and control of the epidemic,” – said in a statement the Secretariat of Auto China on its official WeChat account.

A week ago, the organizers said they were “counting” on a postponement to show.

“The exact time after the extension will be announced separately,” organizers said on Saturday.

In March, Automotive news and later the postponement was reported by Reuters, citing sources.

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