SHANGHAI — General Motors Corp. and the Shanghai Environmental Protection Assn., along with other organizations, launch a joint program to promote the use of clean gasoline in China. Companies that pollute in China, the group says, should meet the new discharge standards to reduce pollutants and improve China's environment. China will begin using lead-free gasoline throughout the country in 2000. Beijing already has set strict emissions standards beginning this year. GM says all of its ...

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