Chinese Restrictions on Car Ownership Extend to City of Tianjin

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SHANGHAI, Dec 16 (Reuters) - China's northern city of Tianjin will restrict issuance of new car licences, the latest city to clamp down on car ownership in a bid to ease traffic congestion and combat air pollution. The city government will issue new plates via auction and lottery from Monday, it said in a notice posted on its website on Sunday. It will also introduce a quota system similar to Beijing's traffic restriction scheme, which allows cars access to the city on certain days ...

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