BEIJING — The city's municipal government is giving domestic automakers a little more breathing room to meet new standards on car exhaust. Chinese press reports say China's new bureau on quality and technical supervision is extending the new standards, which called for fuel injection engines and catalytic converters on all new cars, from Jan. 1 of this year, to Jan. 1, 2000. The rest of the country is expected to follow suit by 2001. The standards are based on Europe's early 1990's ...
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