BEIJING, June 24 (Reuters) - China's top economic planner is appealing to adjust or scrap the Beijing municipal government's policy to limit new car quotas, the National Business Daily said on Friday. In a report submitted to China's State Council, the National Development and Reform Commission also linked Beijing's steps to tackle ever-worsening traffic gridlock to slowing auto sales in the country, the newspaper said. The NDRC along with other unspecified organisations were also ...
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