BEIJING, June 20 (Reuters) - Beijing will introduce odd-even traffic restrictions for two months from July 20 to help ease congestion and reduce pollution during the Olympics and Paralympics, the city government said. Beijing, which hosts the Olympics from Aug. 8-24 and Paralympics from Sept. 6-17, is one of the most polluted cities in the world and, with 3.5 million vehicles on the road, rapidly becoming one of the most congested. "From July 20 to September 20, if the last number of ...
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