BEIJING, April 28 (Reuters) - China plans to clean up its air by raising vehicle emission standards over the next two years, the State Environmental Protection Administration said, just in time for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. New rules ensuring cleaner exhaust systems for trucks, agricultural vehicles, motorcycles and mopeds would take effect on July 1, the administration said on its Web site, sepa.gov.cn. China is the world's fastest-growing car market. Vehicle and factory emissions and ...
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