GUANGZHOU — The government of Guangzhou plans to retrofit all of the city's diesel oil and gas-fueled buses and taxis into vehicles that burn liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) by the end of next year. The move is designed to create a more environmentally friendly system, thus improving the city's air quality. The city attributes the growing pollution problem to the recent fast growth in the number of vehicles in the prospering city. There are 3.9 million vehicles registered in Guangzhou. The ...

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