NEW YORK, Nov 18 (Reuters) - China is preparing stringent automobile fuel-economy rules, partly as a way to keep from becoming too dependent on oil imports from the volatile Middle East, the New York Times reported on Tuesday. The rules were approved by a 39-member interagency committee this month, the newspaper said. Chinese government agencies will have three months to review legal language in the proposed rules, which will allow automakers a chance to lobby against them, it said. The ...
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