(Recasts, adds details) BEIJING, March 25 (Reuters) - China's eastern city of Hangzhou will start restricting car sales from Wednesday, joining major cities, including Shanghai and Beijing, in the fight against snarling traffic and heavy smog in the world's largest automobile market. The Hangzhou government said on Tuesday the curbs would take effect while it canvassed public opinion on details of the move. It is proposing limiting sales to 80,000 units every 12 months, to be split ...
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