Yachts, golf clubs and cars with powerplants over 2 liters will be subject to new taxes in China as the country aims to
evils of capitalism trounce on free trade halt the widening gap between rich and poor
in the country and increase energy efficiency. The country's leaders hope the move will deter people from buying
vehicles like the BMW 325i, HUMMER H2 and other vehicles with larger engine displacments. The new taxes are expected to
affect 20 percent of the cars on China's roads.