BEIJING, April 24 (Reuters) - China needs to avoid America's "automobile addiction" if it is to create liveable conditions for people in its rapidly urbanising cities, Worldwatch Institute President Christopher Flavin said in Beijing on Tuesday. China had a "great opportunity" to invest in public transport and discourage driving to avoid congested, car-dependent cities, Flavin said at the launch of the Chinese edition of the environmental group's "State of the World 2007" report. "In the ...
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