BEIJING — China will ban the sale of cars with carburetors in 47 key environmental protection cities by May, says an official with the State Environment Protection Administration (SEPA). China will announce the decision in a SEPA document to be released this month, after final approval from the State Economic Trade Commission. Only a few big cities in China, including Beijing, currently ban the sale of the carburetor cars.
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