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Plenty of questions remain for “LeSuperCar”

Leshi founder and CEO Jia Yueting’s dream of building a “Super Car” and creating an automotive internet ecosystem to solve the country’s smog and traffic congestion problems took one step forward on January 20 when the company announced the LeOS Auto smart car operation system. The announcement at a press

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Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei circle may charge traffic congestion and pollution fees

BEIJING – Traffic congestion and pollution fees could be charged to vehicle owners in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei circle, a region covering an area of 120,000 square km and 90 million people, according to the Priority Work of Air Pollution Prevention in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Circle and Surrounding Areas in 2014 recently released

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Xu Ping: Traffic congestion is no fault of automotive industry development

BEIJING – Xu Ping, Chairman of the Board of Dongfeng Automobile Co., Ltd., said at the fourth session of the 11th National People’s Congress (NPC) that we should not blame traffic congestion on the rapid development of China’s automotive industry; we can only say people have an excessively high demand

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Beijing to limit passenger vehicle registrations to 240,000 units in 2011

BEIJING – Beijing municipal government issued the Temporary Provisions to Control the Number of Passenger Cars in Beijing (the Temporary Provisions) on December 23, in an effort to combat increasingly serious traffic congestion in the city. Through the Temporary Provisions, Beijing will limit the number of license plates issued to

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Measures to restrict car consumption in Beijing gets nod from State Council

BEIJING - A series of measures aimed at restricting car purchase in Beijing to alleviate traffic congestion in the capital city starting in 2011 has received preliminary approval from the State Council, according to a report in Beijing Daily citing Liu Qi, secretary of the Beijing Municipal Party Committee. Liu

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