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GM, VW may benefit from China’s plan to impose stricter emissions standards


China is considering tighter vehicle curbs and emissions standards following toxic smog that has been affecting Beijing and much of the rest of the country for weeks now. The government's new rules may be good for carmakers including General Motors, Volkswagen and Hyundai, in a market where sales are forecast to top 20 million units this year. That's because the new ...
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