Beijing will release the draft of a plan that aims to ease the city's traffic gridlock problem, which will require residents to have a parking permit before they are allowed to buy a vehicle. The government’s Xinhua news agency quotes an unnamed city government official as saying Beijing hopes to receive feedback from citizens and experts on the plan before producing the final versions. Beijing Municipality Party Secretary Liu Qi says the state council basically has approved the ...

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