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TETSUYA ABE, Nikkei staff writer April 24, 2016 02:00 JST | China
BEIJING -- China will introduce stricter environmental standards for automobiles in a bid to cut pollutants in vehicle exhaust by an average of 50% a year.
Chinese and foreign automakers will need to introduce the latest clean-driving technologies and take other steps to meet the new standards.
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