Guangzhou Limits Car Sales for One Year
Car buyers in Beijing rush to get license plates in December 2010
(Beijing) – Guangzhou has announced a policy to limit auto sales in the city to 120,000 for a one-year period, making it the fourth city in China to enact a cap in the face of worsening traffic and air pollution.
The program will run from July 1 to June 30, 2013, the southern city's transportation department said.
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