The intense smog situation in Beijing forces the government in China to curb the usage of state...
The intense smog situation in Beijing forces the government in China to curb the usage of state cars and appears to be increasing dialogue on broad policy changes regarding fuel emissions. How bad is it? Areas around Beijing saw only five smog-free days in January with auto emissions blamed for over 25% of the pollution in the air. The issue plays into the strength of foreign manufacturers (GM, F, VLKAY.PK) able to produce modern low-emission vehicles in the region at a steady clip.
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