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Beijing Auto Show spotlights green cars amid demand uncertainty

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The Beijing Auto Show kicked off on April 25.   © Kyodo

BEIJING   Automakers in China are being squeezed on two fronts. Tighter emissions regulations mean they are having to spend big on developing eco-friendly cars, but the slowing economy is raising doubts about how robust demand will be in the long run.

Top vehicle manufacturers from around the world laid out their plans for new green offerings at the Beijing Auto Show, which kicked off on April 25 in the Chinese capital. The event features more than 1,600 companies and nearly 1,200 new models.

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